Chaotic scenes unfolded on the night of a Morgan Wallen concert, as a group of women were filmed having an all-out-brawl over a porta potty.
S*** well and truly hit the fan.
The incident was said to have took place at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday evening.
While many of us are aware of how the adrenaline is well and truly pumping at a Morgan Wallen concert, tensions, and p***, seemingly boiled over at the bathrooms.
The clip, which was uploaded on X (Twitter) on Thursday (August 31), begins with two women arguing outside a row of red porta pottys.
“F*** you. You do not cut in front of me,” one of the women can be heard saying.
It did not take long for things to turn violent as one pushed the other into the toilets, as another person was still using the porta potty.
Yet another woman then joined forces to pin the other woman down.
And then, one more person came out of nowhere and began scrapping.
Things definitely turned ugly, as one woman got punched in the face, while another was being grabbed by the hair.
Eventually, the brawl was broken up and the females were split up.
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Taking to socials, one viewer said: “I’ve watched this 30 times.”
Another added: “white cowboy boots girl ain’t playing.”
While a third person said: “A huge opportunity was missed here to lock 4 of them in there together and then tip it over.”
“These boots are made for STOMPING,” joked a fourth, as one more quipped: “They need to make this a sport.”
“Get yourself a friend like the girl in white cowboy boots #Respect,” someone else said.
Well, if you are not familiar with Morgan Wallen, he recently wrapped his 55-show Dangerous Tour with his first headlining stadium show at Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX, which saw him shatter attendance records previously held by Elton John and Lady Gaga.
With over 18.2 billion on-demand streams and eight chart-toppers at Country radio, the East Tennessean recently became the first artist to have three singles simultaneously in the top-10 on country radio with ‘Last Night’, ‘One Thing At A Time’ and ‘Thought You Should Know’.
Now, the ACM Male Artist of the Year has embarked on a massive world tour.
The tour spans 29 stadium-plays across 5 countries and 3 continents, plus arenas, amphitheaters and festivals.