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50 Cent Throws Broken Mic Into L.A. Crowd, Causing Serious Head Injury To Female Fan; Star Named In Battery Case

During a recent performance in Los Angeles, 50 Cent lost his temper and threw his broken microphone into the audience, hitting one concertgoer in the head with it. During a performance on Wednesday, the 48-year-old rapper Curtis Jackson, better known by his stage name 50 Cent, twice threw a microphone, once into the audience, hitting a fan in the head and turning him into a suspect in a battery case.

50 Cent Throws Broken Mic Into L.a. Crowd, Causing Serious Head Injury To Female Fan; Star Named In Battery Case, Yours Truly, News, April 13, 2024

As soon as he finished the gig, videos of the rapper from the LA show began to surface online, showing him frustratedly throwing his microphone into the audience twice. According to reports, he was irate because the microphones weren’t functioning. When the second microphone failed, he launched it into the audience with more force after tossing the first one.

50 Cent Throws Broken Mic Into L.a. Crowd, Causing Serious Head Injury To Female Fan; Star Named In Battery Case, Yours Truly, News, April 13, 2024

When 50 Cent struck an audience member, special guests YG and others had just finished performing. The fan allegedly suffered “lacerations” as a result of his behaviour. Social media users have been sharing pictures of the alleged victim, Bryhana Monegain, who is seen with a bloody towel wrapped around her neck and an open wound on her forehead. According to the media, the victim had a bloody gash on her forehead and was taken to the hospital for treatment. She allegedly called the police and reported the incident, naming the musician in the report.

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50 Cent Throws Broken Mic Into L.a. Crowd, Causing Serious Head Injury To Female Fan; Star Named In Battery Case, Yours Truly, News, April 13, 2024

According to law enforcement sources, they believed Fif struck the victim knowingly by throwing the microphone at his crew in the production area. According to the alleged victim, Bryhana Monegain, the rapper knew she was there because, according to her, he looked right at her before throwing the mic. According to the report, Bryhana, a radio host for Power 106, went to the hospital with a laceration on her head. Responding to that, 50 Cent’s lawyer, Scott Leemon, issued the following statement:

 “Let’s be very clear: as I told LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department) this afternoon (August 31), my client Curtis would never intentionally strike anyone with a microphone. Anyone saying something different doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed.”

50 joins Cardi B and other artists who have recently had charges brought against them following their antics in concert.

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