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Bebe Rexha Rushed Off Stage After Getting Hit in the Head by Phone (Video)

Bebe Rexha has uploaded a brief video on her TikTok page, that shows her face bruised and sporting a bandage. She’s singing a line from her hit single “I’m Good” and the caption reads, “I’m okay you guys.”

27-year-old Nicolas Malvagna has been arrested and charged with assault for allegedly throwing the phone at Rexha, according to Good Morning America.

PREVIOUSLY: Singer Bebe Rexha was rushed off stage after a phone hit her in the head at a concert in New York on Sunday night.

Disturbing footage shot by Alex Chavez from the concert reveals a phone emerging from the crowd and hitting Rexha on the face, who then collapses on her knees to the stage floor. Crew members are seen rushing out to help her.

Rexha’s performance was at the Rooftop at Pier 17 in New York as part of her “Best F’n Night of My Life” tour. New York Police were notified of the assault and a preliminary investigation “determined that a 27-year-old male intentionally threw a cell phone” at Rexha. He was taken into custody on scene and arrested while Rexha was removed by EMS to an area hospital in stable condition.

“This is Bebe Rexha being rushed out of the concert venue here in NYC after someone threw a fucking phone and hit her face as she was leaving the stage. We were all having a hell of a good time and so was Bebe, we were all having a blast, I mean who would even do that??? We hope you’re ok,” Bernaud tweeted.

Rexha was nominated in 2018 the the nest new artist category at the Grammy awards. Her new album “Bebe” was released earlier this year. The album included “I’m Good (Blue),” a collaboration with David Guetta, and one of Rexha’s biggest hits.

“There’s nothing like playing songs live — especially songs like these,” Bebe Siad in an interview. “When you’re there and you’re feeling the energy that radiates off the fans, it’s a special kind of connection … and because it’s been six years, I feel like that’s going to be so important for me and my fan base.”

There are five more concerts – at Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta, Orlando and Houston – as part of Rexha’s ongoing tour. It is not immediately clear how the New York incident will affect the remainder of the tour.

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