Steve Lacy has a bad habitand it is not destroying other people’s property.
The rising star had a moment on stage Monday night (Oct. 24) in New Orleans when, during his performance of the hit “Bad Habit,” he destroyed an audience member’s disposable camera.
In fan-film footage circulating on social media, Lacy is hit by a camera, thrown by someone near the front of the stage.
A moment later, an outstretched hand passes Lacy a disposable camera – it is not known if it is the same thing that hit the singer – which he then breaks.
Shortly after, Lacy reportedly wrapped her show earlier at the Orpheum Theater.
Social media users were mixed, with some supporting the 24-year-old singer for her lavish departure, others saying it was too much.
Now Lacy has expressed her thoughts. In short, he has nothing to apologize for.
Writing on Instagram, Lacy says, “My shows have been fun as hell! yelling at people not to throw disposable cameras at me and just come and catch the vibe and hook up. I had a great time in Nola last night. I hate that the beauty of the connection I have with most people in a crowd is lost when something bad happens. “
He adds, “I don’t believe I owe anyone an apology – maybe I could have responded better? Indeed. All the time. I am a student of life. But I am a real person with real feelings and real behavior.
Throwing projectiles at artists rarely ends well. “I am not a product or a robot. I’m human,” Lacy continues. “I will continue to give my all at these shows. please come with respect for yourself and others please thank you love u.”
Lacy was promoted to major league with “Bad Habit,” which spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart last year.
Raised from the top ten album Rights of Gemini, “Bad Habit” brought another milestone by coming up with the first song at the same time Billboard‘s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Hot R&B Songs, Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Vadivelu Comedy Hot Rock Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts.