Bebe Rexha Shares Update After She Was Rushed Off Stage To The Hospital
Bebe Rexha shares update after she was rushed off stage when someone threw a cell phone at her head at her show in New York City on Sunday. She was taken off stage and taken to the hospital. The man who used his cell phone as a weapon was then caught and charged with felony assault.
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Bebe Rexha shares update after she was rushed off stagewhen someone threw a cell phone at her head at her show in New York City on Sunday. She was taken off stage and taken to the hospital. The man who used his cell phone as a weapon was then caught and charged with felony assault. Rexa grabbed her face and got down on her knees as the Rooftop at Pier 17 staff ran out to help her.
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Bebe Rexha's TikTok page has a short video of her with a bandage and bruises on her face. The text says, "I'm okay, you guys,"which is a line from her hit song "I'm Good."
Bebe Rexha had to leave the stage in the middle of her show on Sunday night after a phone thrown from the crowd hit her in the face. Bebe Rexha fell to her knees on the stage floor when the phone hit her in the face. The singer's team members rushed quickly onto the stage to help her. The team then rushed Bebe Rexha off the stage and helped her leave the venue. A video that went viral shows the pop star putting her hands to her face and looking like she was in pain.
Nicolas Malvagna, who is 27 years old, has been arrested and charged with the attack because he is said to have thrown the phone at Rexha. A spokesperson for the NYPD said:
On Sunday, June 18, 2023, at approximately 2200 hours, police were notified of an assault that occurred at the concert space of Pier 17 located at 89 South Street, within the confines of the 1st Precinct. A preliminary investigation on scene determined that a 27-year-old male intentionally threw a cell phone at a 33-year-old female performer on stage, striking her about the face. The individual was taken into custody on scene and removed to the 1st Precinct for arrest processing. The aided female was removed by EMS to an area hospital in stable condition.- NYPD spokesperson
Bebe Rexha, whose real name is Bleta Rexha, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. She was born on August 30, 1989, in Brooklyn, New York. Rexha gained prominence in the music industry as a songwriter, co-writing several chart-topping hits for other artists. She co-wrote Eminem and Rihanna's hit single "The Monster" and also contributed to songs for artists like Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, and David Guetta.
In 2015, Bebe Rexha embarked on a solo career as a recording artist. She gained widespread recognition with her debut single "I Can't Stop Drinking About You." Her breakthrough came with the song "Meant to Be" featuring Florida Georgia Line, which topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for a record-breaking 50 weeks. This success propelled her to mainstream fame, and she has since released several successful singles, including "I'm a Mess," "Last Hurrah," and "Baby, I'm Jealous" featuring Doja Cat.
In 2018, Rexha was nominated for a Grammy in the "new artist" category. Her new record, "Bebe," came out earlier this year. One of her biggest hits, "I'm Good (Blue)," was a collaboration with David Guetta.
As part of her current tour, Rexha has five more shows coming up in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Orlando, and Houston. It's not clear how the incident in New York will affect the rest of the trip.
At Bebe Rexha's show in New York City on Sunday, someone threw a cell phone at her, which hit her in the head. She had to be helped off the stage. Rexha's "Best F'n Night of My Life" show has been going on.
As part of her "Best F'n Night of My Life" tour, Rexha played at the Rooftop at Pier 17 in New York. Police in New York were told about the attack, and a preliminary review found that a 27-year-old man threw a cell phone at Rexha on purpose. He was arrested at the scene of the accident while EMS took Rexha to the hospital. She is not getting worse or better.