R&B singer August Alsina reportedly was involved in a fight that led to an all-out brawl at an anti-violence concert in St. Louis, Missouri.
The show and the incident definitely were a contradiction.
The non-violent event, which was reportedly titled “State of Emergency 2,” took place at the Chaifetz Arena and reportedly occurred after an altercation with one of the show’s promoters backstage.
All or at least part of the incident where caught on video and allegedly took place in two different areas of the venue.
One fight reportedly occurred in Alsina’s dressing room while another happened outside in the hallway.
Both incidents were caught on video and show members of Alsina’s crew fighting with a promoter, who has been named as LooseCannon S.L.I.M., as well as his crew.
From the video, it is not clear who may have been attempting to break up the fight and who may have been possibly involved in it.
Fortunately, according to reports and according to LooseCannon himself on his Instagram, “no one was injured” following the brawl.
Watch the video of the August Alsina brawl at an anti-violence concert.
R&B star August Alsina has never heard of the phrase “Don’t kick a man while he’s down” … because that’s exactly what he tried to do during a brawl after a show to promote non-violence. Whoops. SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news.