Swae Lee Puts On Free Instagram Live Concert Amid Coronavirus Quarantine [WATCH]


Swae Lee Holds Instagram Live Concert: Invisible Fans Throw Bras On Stage [VIDEO]

Rapper Swae Lee of the rap duo Rae Sremmurd recently provided fans with entertainment over the weekend (March 20th), as he performed for no charge on his Instagram Live.

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8:35 we live baby !!!!!!! On the way !

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While in the studio, Swae Lee with his microphone in hand gave nearly 20k viewers at one time an unique show, as millions of Americans are self isolating in their home due to COVID-19 pandemic (a.k.a Coronavirus). During his IG Live concert on Friday, he jokingly thanked everyone for his,

“Sold out venue.”

His virtual show lasted about 45 minutes as Swae Lee covered hits from ‘No Type,’ ‘Someone Said,’ and ‘Sunflower.’ There were a lot of quarantine shenanigans on full display to add. Including the rapper creatively adding a fan to his live digitally, seemingly saying

“bringing him on stage.”

While hyping the nearly 20k viewers, Swae Lee hops on what appears to be some type of equipment in the studio. He tells the fan on his live,

“You gotta dance.” 

Things got a little crazy during Swae Lee’s performance as one over hyped fan, a stuffed bear, jumped on stage. Although, Swae Lee hilariously took action and kicked the fan off stage as his security escorted the stuffed bear off camera. As he continued to perform, Swae Lee announces,

“Nobody is supposed to be on this stage.”

In addition, he was also being bombarded with bras from the audience.

The concert served as a PSA for Swae Lee’s reveal of his new album, ‘Human Nature.’ The Rae Sremmurd duo-half was slated to hit the road with Post Malone for the “Runaway Tour.” However, since the pandemic, Live Nation postponed all tours indefinitely.

Live Nation and AEG shared that they’re postponing plans in a joint statement earlier this month.

“At this time, we collectively recommend large scale events through the end of March be postponed. We continue to support that small-scale events follow guidance set by their local government officials. We feel fortunate to have the flexibility to reschedule concerts, festivals, and live events as needed, and look forward to connecting fans with all their favorite artists and live entertainment soon.”

What are your thoughts about Swae Lee’s free concert? Let us know in the comments! 

Authored by: Gregory Molette