Just this past weekend, a sold out Carnage show in Southern Texas got cut short. The police force that shut it down accused Carnage of inciting a riot. This left fans disappointed, confused, and upset.
Here is what Carnage had to say about it:
“WTF IM SO SORRY RGV… THATS BULLSHIT… I DIDNT EVEN GET TO PLAY BRICKS.. THE COPS SHUT US DOWN RIGHT WHEN THEY TURNED THE MIC BACK ON”
“They tried to say I was inciting a riot because of capacity…. Bullshit… Dumb ass politics”
“THIS IS TOTAL BULLSHIT… WE WERE GOING IN SO HARD….”
It seems like Carnage has had quite a crazy year. Just last November a fight broke out after Carnage went over his set time by 20 minutes in Tulsa, OK. You can watch the video here:
The fan who recorded the incident stated that, “Carnage and the other DJ’s went up to the crowd to take photos and sign autographs, they were behind the barricade. While taking photos one of the DJ’s got taken away as if he was a fan, but he was actually part of the tour, the security guard didn’t care and flashed his taser gun. That’s when the fight broke out.”
And if that wasn’t enough last January Carnage was detained by police in Florida for going over the 2AM curfew by 45 minutes. Carnage was playing at Club Cinema (which is the same venue that Porter Robinson had security issues as well) and after refusing to end his set after being asked several times, the venue resorted to the police.
But Carnage isn’t that bad of a guy, as everybody remembers his Chicago show last year when he shot $10,000 out of a confetti cannon. His post read: