- Bobby Shmurda nearly got into a brawl with a fan during the Made In America concert on Saturday
- The rapper was reportedly hit by an object from the crowd and he ran up to confront the culprit
- Luckily, his team got to him before he jumped the barricade separating the stage from the crowd
Rapper Bobby Shmurda nearly got into a fight with a fan over the weekend during a concert.
The artiste was recently released from jail and has been working hard on getting his career back on track, but it nearly took a turn for the worst.
According to TMZ, Shmurda almost came to blows with the fan at the Made In America concert on Saturday, September 4, but it was not unprovoked.
Reports indicate the fan threw a water bottle at him and he went after the suspect without hesitation.
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Shmurda was set to perform at the event but that nearly never happened after the incident but his entourage ensured he never got to the fan as they dragged him away.
From a video shared by TMZ, Bobby could be seen trying to climb over the stage barricade to reach the fan as he pushed everyone out of his way.
This happened during Megan The Stallion's performance and luckily he never got to the fan as it would have been worse for him because it would land him back in prison.
Released from prison
As reported by Legit.ng, Shmurda, born Ackquille Pollard, was released from prison on Tuesday, February 24, after six years behind bars.
Migos rapper Quavo had earlier revealed that he was to pick Shmurda from New York's Clinton Correction Facility and true to his word, he did.
In a video shared by Quavo on Instagram, Shmurda could be seen alighting a private jet clad in all black with a mask in the same colour.
The 26-year-old rapper was also holding a black briefcase in his left hand and this made many believe that he had transitioned back into his rapper lifestyle.
Migos were working on a joint album with Shmurda before his arrest and the album now appears to be back on track.