The 'Beautiful Girls' hitmaker repeatedly swung his microphone at an audience member while he was performing at Australia's SinCity Nightclub.
Sean Kingston is currently in Australia for a series of nightclub performances, but he apparently lost control during a performance at SinCity Nightclub on Thursday, October 13. The 26-year-old singer hit a fan with a microphone.
In a video shared by TMZ, Sean was performing "Beautiful Girls" when an unruly audience member began throwing ice at him. The fan then proceeded to spit at the singer and flip him off. "It was back in '99/ Watchin' movies all the time/ Oh when I went away/ For doin' my first crime," he sang before swinging his mic at the heckling fan. It is unclear whether he made contact with the culprit.
Sean said his actions were nothing more than "warning swings." The heckler was kicked out of the club and the show went on until early Friday.
Following the incident, Sean tweeted, "Always count your blessings there's people in the world that would love to have one of your bad days. Please understand that growing up in this world us guys are going to make mistakes learning to be men. You have to help us grow ....."
The "Eenie Meenie" crooner will continue his show in Melbourne on Saturday. "Never let them get you down... keep your head high and focus on what means most!!..... Darwin was sold out... Melbourne Tomorrow!" he wrote on Instagram.