Singer Bella Shmurda has assumed centre stage on the internet after he was handled in a bizarre manner by an erratic fan during a recent concert.
The Cash App hitmaker was heckled by a fan who wanted to get closer to him and take a selfie with him. The unidentified man was stopped abruptly in his tracks by bouncers and security. However, in the process of being whisked away, he ended up pushing Bella off the stage while battling the men.
Fans caught the musician, who then continued singing while lying on his back, but he didn’t seem to mind as security dragged him back on stage.
An unhappy Bella then warned other fans not to try and pull a similar stunt in the future later in a Twitter post.
After releasing “Vision 2020,” his first single, and a remix of the song in which he collaborated with Olamide, Shmurda became a mainstream sensation. He put out a number of popular songs in 2020, including “Cash App” with Zlatan, which included a number of renowned musicians.
He was put in for the 2020 Headies Award, which will be rated. Bella Shmurda was nominated for the “Revelation of the Year” award in the same year he won the City People Entertainment Awards for “Next Rated Male” and “Street Music of the Year” in 2020.
Bella Shmurda was a nominee for the Headies Awards’ “Next Rated” prize in 2021. His song, ‘Cash App,’ with Zlatan and Lincoln, received a nomination for “Most Played Song – Street Pop” at the NET Honours in June 2021.