Video: Jeremih Booed Off Stage In Texas

Andrew Barber

While everyone else in the great state of Texas was at SXSW in Austin, Jeremih was handling duties at Spring Break hot spot, South Padre Island. When the Chicago-singer showed up two hours late for his performance he was e pelted with drinks and subsequently booed off stage. Damn. I guess the crowd didn’t appreciate him lip-syncing?

I understand fans frustration with concerts starting late, but tossing shit on stage is such a bad look:

It all went down at Clayton’s Bar and Grill on South Padre Island — sources tell TMZ, the crowd was already pissed because Jeremih was two hours late to the show … and when they discovered he wasn’t even singing, they went off the rails.

Jeremih opened his set by “singing” his song “Down on Me” — he barely got started before the crowd drowned him out with boo’s … and someone tossed a bottle.

Jeremih powered on — but then some jackass throws a full drink at the guy, dousing him in a disgusting spring break cocktail, and J calls it quits … walking offstage.



  • Show Comments (4)

  • ManJoe


  • wtf

    why in the fuck would you post this negative ass shit??

    • redstater

      The “negative ass shit” was the balls on a so called ”entertainer” to show up late and then pretend to sing. This crap epitomizes what’s wrong with the music business and why it’s dying. Stupid, vapid and utterly forgettable “music” performed by phonies. He’s lucky the didn’t chase him out of town.

  • ChicagoRach

    Redstater, agreed!!

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