Steve Lacy has one bad habitand will not damage the property of others.
The rising star had a moment on stage in New Orleans on Monday night (Oct. 24) when he dismantled the audience during a performance of his breakthrough hit “Bad Habit.” Disposable camera.
In footage taken by fans on social media, Lacy was hit by the camera and thrown by someone close to the front of the stage.
Moments later, an outstretched hand handed Lacey a single-use camera — it’s unclear if it was the same object that struck the singer — who quickly smashed it.
Shortly after, it was reported that Lacy ended his show at the Orpheum Theater early.
Social media users got involved, with some supporting the 24-year-old singer and his dramatic departure, while others claiming he was overreacting.
Now, Lacey shares his thoughts. In short, he has nothing to apologize for.
Lacy wrote on Instagram: “My show is so much fun! Shout out to people who don’t throw disposable cameras at me but just come to capture the vibe and connection. Had a great time at Nora last night. I hate me The beauty of the connection with so many people in the crowd – it just disappears when something negative happens.”
He added: “I don’t believe I should apologise to anyone – maybe I could have responded better? Of course. Always. I’m a student of life. But I’m a real person with real feelings. and real responses.”
Throwing projectiles at performance artists rarely results in good results. “I’m not a product or a robot. I’m a human,” Lacey continued. “I will continue to give my all on these shows. Please come with respect for yourself and others, and thank you for loving you.”
Lacy was promoted to the big leagues with “Bad Habit,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this year.
Promoted from the top 10 albums Gemini rights, “Bad Habit” hits another milestone, becoming the first-ever song to simultaneously top the charts billboardof Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Top R&B Songs, hot rock and alternative songs, Top Rock Songs and Top Alternative Songs chart.