Nicki Minaj's PinkPrint Tour has seen it's fair share of memorable moments. It has been ground zero for Meek Mill's antics with Drake and now controversy has risen from the audience.
During her tour stop in San Francisco, the Queens-based rapper was performing when a fight broke out in the audience at Concord Pavilion and a fan was maced. According to video posted by Nicki Reigns Nicki Reign, after seeing that was going on Minaj stopped the show and asked for what was going on to cease. She then asked the person who was maced to join her on stage after making sure water was secured for their wounds.
"This girl that just got sprayed with mace in her face," she said. "Come here. Bring her over here. Come here, come here, quick." It is still unclear why the person was maced or why fighting broke out. According to Music Times, it was the facility's security who sprayed the mace. TMZ is reporting that a 22-year-old man was arrested after assaulting security. Nicki Minaj would later take to Instagram to call the incident and some of the fans "TurnT."
"Sold out show in the Bay Area last night ❤️. They were more than turnT... Let's just say that. Lol. Can't wait to see u guys again." The PinkPrint Tour is now headed to Canada and will play Vancouver tonight (August 16), Calgary Tuesday and Edmonton Wednesday.