And I will truly never understand why people get into fights at concerts.
At a tour stop on Morgan’s extensive headlining Dangerous tour this past Saturday in Wheatland, California at the Toyota Amphitheater, there was some sort of scuffle or fight out in the crowd.
During Morgan’s performance of “This Bar,” he noticed a few fans near the front of the stage getting into an altercation.
He stopped in the middle of the song, and seemed extremely pissed off (understandably) to have to do so.
And when he walked over near where they were standing to see what was going on, he didn’t mince his words, and had security kick one of the guys out.
It’s unclear exactly what started the fight or what it was about, but at this point, it really didn’t even matter as they had disturbed everyone around them who was there to enjoy the show (and probably spent an arm and a leg on those tickets, so to speak):
“Hey, stop the music. What kinda shit’s going on over here? Kick this stupid motherfucker outta here.
Alright, does anybody else wanna do some stupid shit or are we all good?”
And if you listen really closely, you can hear another girl yell “yasssss daddy” in the background as he walks over to kick the guy out, which is mostly irrelevant to this story, but pretty damn funny nonetheless:
After he took care of that, Morgan went right back into “This Bar,” which was co-written by Hardy, Jackson Morgan, Jake Scott, Ernest and Ryan Vojtesak and included on his 2021 record smashing Dangerous double album album.
It has since been certified Platinum by the U.S. RIAA, and become a staple at his live shows, as well: