GUNS N' ROSES' São Paulo Concert Interrupted By Bottle-Throwing Incident

Singer Axl Rose stopped GUNS N' ROSES' concert last night (Saturday, March 13) at Estádio do Palmeiras in São Paulo, Brazil about two minutes into the show's opening number, "Chinese Democracy", after a member of the audience allegedly threw a bottle on stage. "Where's the little fuck over here?" Axl asked after he instructed his bandmates to stop playing. "C'mon, coward. You wanna fuck up the show for everybody? 'Cause I've got no problem — I will leave. We will all leave. You wanna play games? You can fuck yourself or we can have some fun. You guys wanna have fun? Then I don't need no little fucking pussies like we had the other night at that club. [Presumably referring to the incident Thursday night when an A-list crowd of Brazilian billionaires and supermodels rioted after waiting hours for GUNS N' ROSES to perform, and then learning Axl Rose and his band wouldn't play. — Ed.] You wanna fuck with me and my boys? We will leave."

Video footage of the incident is available below.

After that, GUNS N' ROSES resumed playing and the rest of the concert reportedly went off without a hitch.

GUNS N' ROSES began its 11-date South American tour last Sunday (March 7) in Brazil, with dates scheduled through April 1 in countries like Ecuador, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Venezuela and Colombia.

GUNS N' ROSES has recently played secret gigs in New York and London. The band's last South American appearance was in 2001.

(Thanks: Bushkabouter)


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