Oliver Tree filmed beating fan on stage


Never try to storm the stage at an Oliver Tree concert: A video has gone viral showing the singer beating up a fan at a recent concert in New York.

Tree was performing at the Forgotten Runes NFT convention when the incident happened, as TMZ reports. It looks like a fan got carried away with his enthusiasm for the artist and tried to put his hat on Tree’s head.

That’s when the beatings started. Tree can be seen throwing the fan to the ground and giving it a whiplash, before security arrives to break up the fight. The fan is quickly removed from the stage and the show resumes. “Life goes on” indeed.

“Get the hell out of here and get the fucking asshole out of here!” The tree can be heard screaming into the microphone. It looks like a slight overreaction, with the fan apparently having no malice towards the singer. Sometimes you just want to give your hero a cool hat.

“Don’t go on stage or you’ll get beat up by Oliver Tree,” the fan said as he was fired. Logan Paul would also have been on the show, and Tree might have thought differently had the YouTuber and amateur boxer stormed the stage.

Tree released their second studio album, cowboy tearsearlier this year, although it did not perform as well as its predecessor, the 2020s The ugly is beautiful. This year he also featured on Sydney producer What So Not’s single ‘Mr Regular’ alongside Run The Jewels legend Killer Mike.

Ahead of its release, What So Not, also known as Chris Emerson, called out Tree about a failed video shoot in the United States. “I just spent $50,000 renting the world’s fastest car for this music video, and Oliver Tree didn’t even show up,” Emerson said in the video.

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“I traveled all the way from Australia to the United States to shoot this in Nevada; we were supposed to do this surprise set at EDC,” he continued. “I was so embarrassed, my friends are all there like, ‘When’s your set, man? What time are you playing? and I was like, ‘Ah man, I’m just here to hang out.'”

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