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Dappy stops N-Dubz concert to tell everyone in the crowd to stop fighting

Shola Lee

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Dappy stops N-Dubz concert to tell everyone in the crowd to stop fighting

N-Dubz was forced to pause their Cardiff show to tell fans to stop being rowdy. Check out the video here:

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Ah, N-Dubz, the musical group that set the soundtrack to our secondary school days.

Comprised of Dappy, Tulisa, and Fazer, the group is in the middle of an incredible reunion tour, with 23 dates across the UK.

The only issue? Dappy had to stop in the middle of their set to ask the crowd to stop throwing things.

Yep, seriously. One fan even took to TikTok to share footage of the event, with the caption: "Dappy stopping the n dubz concert to tell everyone to stop fighting 😂🙈😂 it was nuts at the Cardiff arena."

In the video, Dappy says: "So, listen, we were here, at our concert, about a week ago, and someone dashed a phone up here, and it hit Tulisa straight in the head. So listen, we don't mind doing a few photos, doing a few selfies, doing a few things with you. But throw it gently, or pass it up."

And, honestly, that's just sound advice: don't throw your phone at people, those things are like bricks.

Elsewhere in the crowd, fans were fighting. Credit: @alliwanttodoismile/TikTok
Elsewhere in the crowd, fans were fighting. Credit: @alliwanttodoismile/TikTok

In other videos from the Cardiff gigs, fans can be seen fighting in the crowds, and honestly, it looks like carnage.

That wasn't the only time Dappy had to stop a concert though, at his London show this week, 24 November, he had an issue with the security guards.

Addressing the security personnel during their show at The O2 Arena, Peninsula Square, with about a hundred ‘ois’ before dubbing him ‘big man’, the 35-year-old rapper asked the doorman in the pit to ‘stop’.

Dappy, born Costadinos Contostavlos, said to the guard in the crowd: “Aye brother, don’t do that bro.”

Attempting to curb Dappy’s fight, Tulisa then walked towards her cousin on the stage, saying: “Let’s crack on, come on Dappy. Here we go.”

Their London shows didn't end in the best way. Credit: @celineuraon / TikTok
Their London shows didn't end in the best way. Credit: @celineuraon / TikTok

Of course, a visibly riled-up Dappy took no notice of his bandmate and continued: “Are you not listening? Are you for real man?”, while Tulisa approaches behind him and looks to give him a whack on the back.

“Yeah exactly, exactly,” Dappy continues in his rant. “Walk out bro… Right, everyone point at this guy and ‘boo’. One, two, three.”

The crowd reacts just as they're instructed by the performer and boos in time with Dappy while he adds: “It’s our show, it’s our show.”

“Let’s get on with it then,” Tulisa playfully banters in response. “As you were saying Dappy."

The show did continue but from these videos, it's safe to say fans weren't exactly on their best behaviour.

Featured Image Credit: @amy11011 / TikTok

Topics: Celebrity, Viral, Music, News, TikTok

Shola Lee
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