Bobby Shmurda was close to getting into a brawl with a fan on Saturday night at Made In America festival in Philadelphia.
TMZ reported that the Brooklyn rapper almost sparked a scuffle in the crowd after a water bottle was thrown at him while enjoying Megan Thee Stallion’s performance at the JAY-Z-curated festival.
A footage was captured showing Bobby trying to jump over a barricade to angrily confront the fan who launched the bottle towards him, but luckily, Bobby’s crew quickly prevented any serious fight from occurring, as the 27-year-old rapper is currently on parole and can’t afford any slip-ups.
His strict, five-year parole conditions requires him to submit drugs tests and undergo counseling for aggression and anger.
Bobby Shmurda had a surprise set on the Made In America stage later that night, when Meek Mill brought him and Rowdy Rebel out. Bobby and Rowdy performed their 2014 hits “Computers” and “Hot N-gga” while Meek saluted the GS9 rappers who “did their time, came home [and] doing better as men.”
On Sunday, Bobby Shmurda returned to the Made In America stage for his own scheduled set, in which he performed his bangers such as “Bobby Bitch” and, of course, “Hot N-gga.”
Shmurda made his highly anticipated return to music last on September 3 with his comeback single “No Time For Sleep.”, arriving just over six months after his release from prison back in February.