Tory Lanez was not all about "LUV" at this moment. During his Toronto stop of the Memories Don't Die Tour on Independence Day, the 25-year-old artist asked for attendees at the Rebel Complex to put their hands up for his signature walk on top of the crowd's hands, but one person clearly angered him.
In a clip shared by The Shade Room, Lanez is seen throwing punches toward an unseen crowd member on Wednesday night in his hometown. "Hands the fuck up," he yells before jumping into the crowd and throwing several punches toward one person. "I told a nigga...fuck. Yo, hands up," he says after the encounter, as seen in a clip uploaded by SFTY News.
It's unclear what pre-empted the Memories Don't Die creator to attack the audience member, but he has been involved in beef lately. Earlier this year, Eric Bellinger responded to Lanez' diss verse in "Hate to Say" with his own diss track against the crooner dubbed "Yikes."
"Stole a vibe from Trey Songz, took a flow from K-Dot/Kinda sound like Fetty Wap/Dammit, Tory, when will it stop?" says Bellinger in the song. This comes shortly after Lanez ended his beef with Drake as well. Back in March, Lanez claimed they squashed the longstanding feud because "there's a lot of money to be made."
As for the incident, this is certainly a memory that will last—at least for the anonymous punch-getter. And if you find yourself in a Lanez concert later this year during his tour, it'd probably be best to throw your hands up when he asks you to do it. Yikes, indeed.
We reached out to Tory Lanez' rep for a comment but his camp has yet to respond.