BeatKing came under fire after a brief video surfaced in which he was accused of discriminating against a gay admirer. After a video surfaced showing a male fan twerking on stage during BeatKing’s performance before being thrown off by a security guard, his name became one of the most hot things on the internet. He captioned the photo, saying that he didn’t want any men twerking on stage while he performed.
The public began pointing accusing fingers at BeatKing for being anti-LGBTQIA+, with some even mentioning the rapper attempting to contact with Saucy Santana in order to obtain assistance in obtaining a collaboration with Yung Miami. Santana’s response simply added fuel to the fire, until BeatKing returned to put an end to the squabble once and for all by telling his side of the tale.
“Lol Ion want no smoke wit da alphabet squad [sideways crying laughing emoji] [rainbow emoji] ,” he tweeted in a bid to explain what transpired on stage. “Dude hopped on stage repeatedly and security kept asking him to get down. He refused so it got physical [shrug emoji] But I am human and I did feel bad for how he got pushed so I stopped the show [100 emoji] .”