Watch Justin Moore offer to beat the f**k out of a guy during his concert

 

Well, well, well. Look who was feeling froggy at his show last night.

On Thursday, 8/25, Justin Moore was performing in Chicago, Illinois when he apparently spotted a guy throw something at a nearby woman. That’s when the singer stopped the show so he could give the rude dude a NSFW piece of his mind.

“Hey, hey, hey! Look at me!” Moore said as he was knelt down, pointing at the guy. “If you ever throw anything at a woman at another one of my shows, I’m gonna beat the f–k out of you.”

Since I haven’t heard anything about Justin getting busted for beating the f–k out of some random fan since then, I’ll assume either the guy was escorted out of the show or he followed Justin’s advice and was on his best behavior for the rest of the evening.

On a side note, my favorite part of the video isn’t actually Justin giving this guy the what-for. Nope, my favorite part is actually the two girls who decide midway through Justin bitching at the guy to turn around and snap a most excellent selfie.

I salute you, Selfie Girls.

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