Skeng Soaked in Water by Fans, He Got Upset and Lashed Out! – Watch Videos

Monday, October 9, 2023, 4:05 PM GMT-5

Aside from grimy gangster songs, dancehall artiste Skeng is well-known for his highly enthusiastic performances that fully captivate the audience. His sets always consist of a lot of jumping and oftentimes he would vigorously douse the patrons with whatever he had in his bottle or cup.

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However, during his latest performance, the script was flipped on the Ratty Gang deejay as the audience gave him a taste of his own medicine by soaking him in what seemed to be water. When the Protocol artiste touched the stage while performing his London single, the audience started to flash their water on him.

Skeng initially seemed like he would object, but he embraced the water and continued with his performance, singing and jumping as the water cascaded down on him. Skeng kept the show going strong, entertaining the audience with his unmatched stage presence as he reeled out his fans’ favourite songs from his catalogue.

Watch the video of Skeng’s entrance on stage where he was met with a lot of water being thrown at him below:

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What started as playful entertainment turned into an unpleasant moment real quick when the water was seemingly coming at him too heavily and aggressively. Skeng paused his set to warn a patron about drowning him on stage and threatened to attack the patron if he made the water get inside of his nose again.

When the water continued to rain on stage, Skeng completely lost it and almost threw a bottle at someone in the crowd, but his road manager, Budda, snatched the bottle from his grasp.

Watch the videos of Skeng below:

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