VIDEO: KiD CuDi Pushes Fan Off Stage During Houston Show

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Currently living life out on the road as he continues to tour, Kid Cudi made a recent stop in Houston and the former G.O.O.D. Music artist was not amused when a fan decided to take it upon himself and jump on stage in the hopes of a playful interaction with the moon man.  Take a look as Cudder, decked out in his space man suit, performs his infectious jam “Cudi Zone” live for fans when an unnamed man crashes the stage and starts to make his way towards Cudi.  Stopping in the middle of his set, Kid Cudi decided to take matters into his own hands and pushed the concert-goer off the side of the stage.  The Cleveland bred artist has always been known to have little tolerance when it comes to fans that attempt to interrupt his live performances in anyway.

VIDEO: Action Bronson Slams A Second Fan On Stage

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Action Bronson continues to take his act on the road as he recently landed in Ft. Lauderdale to perform for a venue full of fans.  However, one fan ended up getting too excited and left with security after deciding to crash Bam Bam’s stage.  The crowd-goer thought it was wise to jump on stage and try and score a hug from the Queens rapper.  Bronson was not amused and took the man down with sweeping his legs out from under him and sending him to the floor.  Check out the video below to see how it all went down.

VIDEO: Action Bronson Slams Fan On Stage

Last night fans in Boston got to see firsthand Bam Bam spring into action and lay the smack down on an unsuspecting fan who decided to rush the stage during Bronson’s performance.  Though he didn’t hit him with the drop kick Action was able to sweep the fan’s leg and somewhat simultaneously deliver a “rock bottom” combo which sent the crowd in a cheering frenzy.  After slamming the crowd goer, security finally stepped in to do their job and hauled him off before Bronson could head to the top rope and deliver a frog splash or swan time bomb.  Watch the video above to see how it all went down.