Watch XXXTentacion Get Thrown Into the Crowd While He Performs
We're less than a week removed from Wifisfuneral getting jumped while trying to crowd surf during XXXTentacion's set in Houston, but that doesn't mean there aren't good vibes to be experienced during X's Revenge tour. Just about a day ago, X embraced the crowd when he allowed himself to be thrown into an audience.
In an Instagram video below, we see X being hoisted into a noisy crowd as pink lights stream down onto the stage. Noting the extreme nature of his concert exploits, X captioned the video, "I'll say it one more time, I'm suicidal." As we mentioned before, the dangers of crowd surfing quickly popped up on social media when videos of Wifi just moments after he was jumped began surfacing on social media. The incident could have been traumatic for everyone involved in the Revenge tour, but X is apparently undeterred. For his part, Wifi seems doesn't seem particularly bothered by the incident either.
Speaking with XXL last week, Wifi explained the moment he got jumped, while also attesting to the good nature of the fans in attendance at the Houston show. Apparently, it was just a few bad apples.
“First and foremost, I want to clarify that that wasn’t the first stage dive I actually did—that was probably like the fifth stage dive that I did,” Wifi explained, shooting down the notion that the ill-fated bit crowd surfing was his first attempt of the night. “The first stage dive that I did was during Kin$oul’s performance. And the crowd was fuckin’ with it. I stage dived two to three more times during Kid Trunks’ set, crowd was lit. They were asking me to come in the crowd. The fans weren’t malicious at all. The fans weren’t aiming to be like ‘You know what, we’re gonna set up this kid’ or ‘You know what, we’re gonna go to this Members Only show and just fuck up anyone we see.’ They were there purely to finally see all of us as a whole together and be like ‘Wow, I can finally say I saw all of Members Only together.’ So the love was there. There was no type of hatred in that building."
It's good to see Wifi in such good spirits, and we're glad he's okay. Hopefully, we get to see more of his stage diving exploits in the near future. For now, watch X get thrown into a crowd in the video below.
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