Akon’s day in court will just have to wait. The crooner’s court hearing, which was initially slated to begin in Fishkill Town Justice Court today, has reportedly been pushed back to December 17.
The trial stems from an incident in which Kon threw a teenager into the crowd during a performance at the KFest at Fishkill, NY’s Dutchess Stadium last year. Kon plead not guilty to endangering the welfare of a minor and second-degree harassment. The hearing will decide whether or not the incident can be solved out without going to trial.
In related news, Kon recently shared the problems he’s encountered traveling overseas. “What I hated this year…Of course when you travel, the traveling ain’t as comfortable as it used to because the politics played such a big role,” Kon told XXLMag.com. “The United States ain’t as loved as they used to be. In certain territories we got treated a little harsh because we had U.S. passports, but thanks to Obama we gon be able to fix that. -Marvin Brandon