Watch Slipknot’s Corey Taylor eject ‘disrespectful’ fan at Toronto gig

Incident comes days after metal singer knocked a mobile phone out of gig-goer's hand

Video footage has emerged of Corey Taylor kicking a fan out of a recent Slipknot gig in Toronto.

The singer is seen in the clip pointing at someone in the crowd and saying: “You don’t show me shit, you little pussy.”

He gestures that the man should leave, then continues performing while pointing, until security staff follow his finger and remove the person from the show. He then says: “Bye-bye. Yip, bye-bye, bitch.” You can watch footage of the incident below.


It is unclear why the fan was ejected but Taylor later took to Twitter to vent his anger, labelling the gig-goer a “cunt” before going on to say: “I’ve been doing this too long to deal with that disrespect.”

The band are currently touring North America with Marilyn Manson.

Earlier this month, Taylor was caught up in another incident which saw him knock a fan’s mobile phone out of his hands during a recent gig.

Footage uploaded to the metal band’s official Facebook page showed Taylor roaming the stage while performing before spotting a distracted fan looking down at his phone.


The singer then approached the fan and knocked the phone out of his hands before pointing at him. The fan, however, seemed to take it in jest, smiling and pointing back.

Taylor had previously spoken of his dislike of phones being used at gigs, saying, “People need to unplug and realise that they’re missing their lives”.

The frontman has also warned fans not to bring selfie sticks to their shows, saying he would “beat the shit out of you with a cricket bat”.


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