Hilarious moment Lewis Capaldi stops concert to respond to fan who offers to 'suck him off'
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Lewis Capaldi halted his gig mid-performance after a fan asked if they could suck him off. Now there’s a sentence I bet you never thought you'd be reading, and one I certainly never thought I would be writing.
The Scottish singer was performing in Birmingham last week when a fan made the unusual offer. You can see how it played out here:
Capaldi, who is currently embarking on his Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent tour, was on stage at the Utilita Arena in Birmingham, when a fan lobbed a phone onto the stage. Bold move, but did it pay off?
Stopping his performance to pick up the phone, Capaldi let out a ‘woah’, before holding up the phone and exclaiming: “I don’t know if the camera can pick this up because I feel dirty reading this out.”
He held the phone up to the camera, which revealed the phone’s owner had written: “Can I suck you off” in large yellow letters. Direct and to the point, you can’t fault those communication skills.
After sharing the lewd request, Capaldi continued: “I mean, this really isn’t the time or the place… and I’ve already been sucked off today thank you very much.”
He then turned to his band and said: “Isn’t that right guys? Big hand for Aiden.”
Capaldi eventually handed the fan’s phone back after ‘thanking her for the offer’. What a gent.
On TikTok, Capaldi fans found the whole thing pretty hilarious with one saying: “Yess the girl stood next to me & showed me the message. We couldn't stop creasing. I was impressed with the throw and how she didn't spill her cider.”
Another said: “Best human being on this planet.”
A third commented: “I was stood right behind the girl who threw it, absolutely hilarious.”
Someone else joked: “Does he play music at his comedy shows now?”
This isn’t the first time Capaldi has had to momentarily pause one of his shows on this tour.
Last month, he had to put the lights up and call over security after a barney broke out in the crowd.
Stopping his gig, Capaldi said: "They are scrapping in the crowd there."
After awkwardly announcing news of the altercation, he added: "Erm, we are going to have to get them out."
As the lights came up, some audience members booed at the interruption, but Capaldi told the crowd: "We can't be fighting."