Ari Lennox Praised for Her Funny Reaction to Bottle-Throwing Incident
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The 'Shea Butter Baby' singer, who launched into a rant against the audience in a viral video, is seen coming on stage with a unique gear when performing at Rod Wave's show in Oakland.

AceShowbiz - Ari Lennox had a cute way to protect herself following the bottle-throwing incident during her recent performance at Rod Wave's "Nostalgia" tour. Learning a lesson, Ari came on stage with a helmet on her head when performing at their Thursday, November 30 show in Oakland.

The Dreamville artist earned cheers from the crowd when she hit the stage in a white full bodysuit and a stark red helmet. After performing, the "Shea Butter Baby" singer told the audience, "My name is Ari Lennox. Should I keep this s**t on or what?"

A fan gushed over Ari's action in a Tiktok video taken from the show. "Ari Lennox came on stage with a helmet on since ppl throwing water bottles," the fan wrote over the clip. The fan added in the caption, "she's too funny i love her."

Ari's unique fashion choice came after she went off on the audience for throwing a water bottle at her at Rod's show at the Kia Forum in Inglewood the day before. A viral video saw the "Waste My Time" songstress launching into a rant before getting escorted off the stage.

"I'll f**k your a** up 'cause I don't play that. I'm a real a** b***h and I will f**k your s**t all the way the f**k up," she threatened the fan. "Don't you ever disrespect a beautiful Black woman on the f**king stage like that. I will f**king f**k you up. That's the f**k right. Who did it, b***h? Let's do it! Come here, b***h."

"You a p***y That's right, you'll never even be as good as a p***y That's right, b***h. You're dumb. You're weak. You'll never be…," she added before her microphone was abruptly cut off.

A man, who seemed to be the security crew, got on the stage to intervene before things escalated. The R&B musician, who continued with her rant, was eventually escorted off the stage without any incident.

Prior to this, Ari opened up about her struggle serving as the opener for Rod's tour. When asked if her music appealed to the audience, she told host Angela Yee, "It's hard. It is because I'm opening up for young people and you know what I realized? I think my music is a little too happy."

She continued, "And I mean no shade, right? But it's too like, 'Pressure,' and his is like different. So, I think the people are just like, 'What the hell is this happy s**t on here?' "

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