Matt Houston: the singer fired from the “Back to Basic 2000” tour after giving middle fingers and insults to the public,

Singer Matt Houston was ousted from the “Back to Basic” tour, after being angry with the public at the Zénith de Paris on Saturday, to whom he addressed insults and middle fingers.

It was supposed to be his big comeback. Matt Houston will not have enjoyed the light for long. The RnB singer slipped this Saturday while performing on the stage of the Zénith de Paris as part of the “Back to Basic 2000” tour, which brings together artists who once had, like him, their hour of glory. , like Willy Denzey, Yannick, Nuttea, Slaï, Tribal King or the L5.

In a moment of hesitation during his presence on stage, a moment during which “he let the public believe that he was in a daze”, indicates Le Parisien, the singer did not appreciate that the public began to boo him.

He therefore began, as evidenced by videos published on social networks, to insult and give the middle fingers in the direction of the crowd.

The technical team quickly cut their microphone, and despite their insistence on being heard, had no choice but to end up leaving the stage.

The day after the incident, the singer posted a video on Instagram in which he explains the reasons for his outburst. The public would have “spit on him”, he justifies. “I’m being asked for an apology, there won’t be any, not this time, you see! They break my balls, I answer, ”he added.

The production of the show decided for its part to separate from the singer and apologized by “dissociating themselves from the words and attitude” of Matt Houston.

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