AceShowbiz - Young Nudy is seemingly proud of himself after successfully avoiding injury. The "Hell Shell" rapper was caught laughing after he was nearly hit with fireworks when performing at Rolling Loud at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California.
On Sunday, December 12, the 28-year-old hip-hop artist performed his song "P***y", the twelfth song on his 2017 album "Nudy Land". When spitting the track, he was almost caught by some of the stage's pyrotechnics in a video shared by DJ Akademiks via Instagram on Tuesday, December 14.
As Nudy rapped the song's chorus, fireworks shot up from the floor, almost hitting him. Luckily, he was able to escape unscathed, as he and his hype man on stage laughed it off and continued with the show.
Akademiks captioned the clip, "Damn, why Rolling Loud try [sic] to take out #YoungNudy like that." In the comment section, many social media users poured their thoughts about the stage mishap. "Lmao n***a laughed it off. The song make [sic] it even funnier," one wrote.
"Lol the way he said 'wtf,' " another Instagram user chimed in. "So it went from rappers getting locked up at Rolling Loud, to Rolling Loud trying to blow rappers up? Lol," one person added, while a fourth wrote, "He was really scary [sic] lmfao."
Among those who performed at the festival were J. Cole, Kid Cudi, Future, Wiz Khalifa, Playboi Carti, Moneybagg Yo and Lil Durk. Younger stars like Polo G, Rod Wave, Jack Harlow, Ty Dolla $ign and DaBaby also became the headliners.
When DaBaby performed on stage, he had objects thrown at him. Videos circulating on social media showed various objects and bits of rubbish being thrown at the 29-year-old rapper during his set on December 12, the final day of the music festival.
The crowd reportedly expected to see Future on stage, who had been listed on the festival's set schedule. But when DaBaby appeared instead, there was a largely negative reaction. It's reported that Future was scheduled for the Ciroc stage, with DaBaby performing on the Power 106 stage but it was switched up by the organizers of the festival without the audience knowing.
Future, in the meantime, brought out Kanye West for a surprise appearance during his set at the concert. The Yeezy designer delighted fans with a few of his classic tracks including "Can't Tell Me Nothing, "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1", "Hurricane" and "Praise God".