For some reason, people still like to pay money to get into shows, only to then start throwing shit on the stage. At a recent Issa Tour stop, 21 Savage decided to briefly halt his show and call out an attendee for apparently doing exactly that:

In a clip first spotted by HotNewHipHop, 21 Savage calls out someone mid-song for throwing shit on the stage. "Hold up," 21 Savage says in the clip, which has been circulated on various Instagram accounts. "Stop that shit, bruh. Hey, stop that shit or we'll beat yo ass, bruh . . . For real, bruh. That's not what you want, bruh. On God."

When security approaches the attendee, 21 Savage tells them to let the person stay. "Nah, he good," 21 says. "Don't kick him out. Just don't throw nothing else." The Instagram clips aren't tagged with a location, but the Issa Tour's most recent stops include Cleveland's House of Blues Tuesday and Irving Plaza in New York Wednesday.

The Issa Tour, featuring support from Young M.A. and Tee Grizzley, has proven to be a very headline-worthy experience. When the tour made its way to the Wiltern in Los Angeles earlier this month, 21 Savage brought out none other than Drake for a mini-set featuring More Life tracks "Fake Love" and "Gyalchester," in addition to their "Sneakin'" collab:


The Issa Tour's next stop is at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Connecticut Friday. If you're planning to attend, please don't throw shit on the stage.