The 'Criminal' singer utters expletives to the audience and storms off the stage after failing to warn the noisy crowd to be quiet.
Fiona Apple lost her temper when playing a live gig at "Timeless Muses", a fashion event held by Louis Vuitton in Tokyo, Japan, on Thursday, August 29. According to Women's Wear Daily, the "Criminal" singer swore to the audience and stormed off the stage after failing to warn the noisy crowd to be quiet.
Apple, who was performing with a grand piano, appeared to be irritated by the crowd's chattering sound. She reportedly climbed atop the piano and asked everyone in the venue to stop making noises. She also begged them to be silent by ringing a metal bell. Apparently, no one paid attention to the singer.
Impatient Apple then told the audience to "shut the f**k up" and uttered other expletives, in addition to calling them "rude." She continued her set before shouting, "Predictable! Predictable fashion, what the f**k?" as she stormed off the stage.
WWD also noted that there were also several bizarre moments during Apple's performance at the event. The moments included when she hit her head with her microphone and when she performed a "back bend" over her piano bench.
Representatives from Louis Vuitton have declined to comment on the incidents.