Lil Keed does not like being recorded. You've been warned. Unfortunately, a fan had to find out the hard way at a recent show.

It appears the incident happened during a Keed show on Thursday (Oct. 31), at Elleven45 in Atlanta. In video captured of the show, Keed is seen standing in the club while Gunna and Young Thug's "Hot" plays in the background. Someone beside the rapper gets his attention by touching his arm. They then point their phone in his direction in an apparent attempt to capture a photo or video of the rapper. Keed responds by swiping the phone out of the man's hand and tossing it into the crowd. An audible "damn" can be heard from those who saw what happened. The guy who got his phone tossed seems genuinely confused.

Keed responded to the video surfacing online on Sunday (Nov. 3). According to him, he asked the person not to record him. When the person didn't comply, that's when he reacted the way he did.

"If I say don't record me that mean don't record crazy man...respect is key," he wrote on his Instagram Story. "Y'all can think what y'all want idgaf."

LilKeed via Instagram

The YSL rapper has been gaining momentum following the mixtape release Keed Talk to Em in September 2018. In June, he put out his debut album, Long Live Mexico, which features guest appearances from Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna, YNW Melly, Roddy Ricch and more. He performed at the Day N Vegas Festival on Saturday (Nov. 2).

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