Les Twins Seemingly Get Into Verbal Dispute w/ Concertgoer For Throwing Object At Beyoncé During ‘Renaissance’ Concert

Les Twins Seemingly Get Into Verbal Dispute w/ Concertgoer For Throwing Object At Beyoncé During ‘Renaissance’ Concert

Beyoncé is the latest celebrity to have something thrown at her during a performance.

In a recently viral video, one fan captured the moment when an audience member threw what appeared to be a large clothing object at Beyoncé as she performed her hit song “Drunk in Love” at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles during a “Renaissance World Tour” stop.

Immediately after the incident, Beyoncé’s well-known dancers Laurent and Larry Nicolas Bourgeois, professionally known as “Les Twins,” came to her defense. “Les Twins” appeared to be in the audience when the incident occurred and one of them wasted no time snatching the object off the stage.

Then, as they began to walk away, someone in the crowd stated something that prompted one of the twins to double back and reprimand the individual for what was said. Thankfully, his brother pulled him away before things escalated and they stormed off in a heated manner.

Fans in the comment section of the video gave “Les Twins” kudos for defending Beyoncé.

One person wrote:

“I always love the fact that she’s surrounded by people that do not play about her. The les twins, solange, THE HIVE, like she’s truly loved.”

Other fans were curious as to where security was during the incident. An X user commented:

“Nah security too lax for that huge thing to be thrown.”

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It’s important to note this
isn’t the first time the twins came to Beyoncé’s rescue during her latest tour. 

As we previously reported, back in June during Beyoncé’s tour stop in Germany, the entertainer experienced a wardrobe malfunction as she performed her song “Break My Soul.” As Beyoncé danced, her hot pink sequin dress started to move out of place, slightly exposing what appeared to be her nipple cover. However, one of the brothers noticed the potential slip and rushed to fix the issue. 

What do you think about this ongoing trend of concertgoers throwing things on stage? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

Authored by: Kamryn Scrivens