Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Stops Show to Yell at Rowdy Fans

Dave Grohl's band may be called the Foo Fighters, but a battle is not something he wants going on at his concerts. The lead singer stopped his show mid-song in London after a couple members of the crowd got into a scuffle.

"No, no, no, no, no, stop. You don't f*cking fight at my show, a**hole," Grohl told some fans at the iTunes Festival, according to MSNBC.

And he didn't stop there. "Who's fighting right now? Who's fighting? Let me see you ... Hey, in the striped shirt, look at me, look at me. Get the f*ck out of my show right now," he said, to cheers from the crowd.

Grohl made it very clear that concert goers should show up to rock out, not knock each other out. "You don't come to my show and fight," he yelled. "You come to my show and dance, you a**hole!"

The rocker made one final sentiment, before picking up where he left off and getting back to the music: "I don't put up with that bullsh*t. You people come here to have a good time and that guy can f**k off!"

 

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