American musician Marc Rebillet is pelted with bottles and abused by crowds at the Listen Out festival in Adelaide
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An American musician has lashed out at “hostile and ‘asshole'” Australian fans after he was forced to abandon his set 25 minutes early while performing at a major festival.
Marc Rebillet was performing at the all-ages Listen Out festival in Adelaide on Friday night when he was bombarded with insults and projectiles by the audience waiting for American rapper Ice Spice to take the stage.
Disturbing footage, which has since gone viral, shows festival-goers abusing Rebillet as he mingled and shared his microphone with the crowd.
“Get off the fucking stage,” one of them shouted.
Another shouted: “You’re just a casual.” “Fuck you and get Ice Spice.” »
Marc Rebillet was insulted and received bottles from the audience at the Listen Out festival in Adelaide.
The footage shows bottles and other projectiles thrown at Rebillet as he is escorted to safety by security officers.
“I got decimated tonight playing before Ice Spice,” Rebillet later tweeted.
“That was before they started throwing crap around.”
“I don’t entirely blame them, they’re just kids and my set was getting in the way of their Munch.” It’s still a bit of a crazy thing to experience! I hope they become cooler adults.
He has been flooded with messages of support from his fans and fellow musicians.
“Marc, you deserved so much better. I am so embarrassed and disgusted by the lack of respect from this new generation. Entitled kids. Learn to appreciate music,” one fan posted on TikTok.
“I was decimated tonight playing in front of Ice Spice,” Rebillet later tweeted.
The New York-based YouTube streamer and electronic musician, originally from Texas, is well known for his musical numbers which he performs in a bathrobe and underwear while crowd surfing.
He is currently embarking on his second Australian tour in a few months.
Rebillet revealed earlier this year that a fan nearly stuck a finger in his butt while he was performing in Brisbane.
“So far, until very recently, it hasn’t been a problem,” he told The Project in January.
“Well, so in Bris-Brissy? Brisvegas? – someone tried to touch my butt.
The panelists burst out laughing and gasped before apologizing for the fans’ behavior.
‘It is very good. Everything is fine, replied Rebillet with a big smile.
The American YouTube streamer and electronic musician is renowned for his “out there” performances