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Singer Bebe Rexha Shares Painful-Looking Shiner After Concertgoer Threw Phone At Her Face

The Grammy nominee shared images on Instagram of her bruised eye after the incident during her recent tour stop in New York City.

Bebe Rexha; screenshot from concert
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Bebe Rexha told her fans, "I'm good," after a terrifying incident at her concert in Manhattan on Sunday.

The Grammy nominee was performing at the Rooftop at Pier 17 as part of her Best F*n Night of My Life tour when a concertgoer hurled a cellphone at the singer's face.

The painful moment was captured on video and showed Rexha's neck snap back upon contact before she ultimately fell to the ground.

You can watch the moment below.

Another recording shows the "Take Me Home" singer covering her face and being assisted off stage, reportedly to a nearby hospital.

Fortunately, Rexha shared an update to both Instagram and Twitter yesterday letting her fans know:

"I'm okay you guys."

In the video, she sang a few words to her song "I'm Good" before removing her shades to reveal quite the shiner and a bandage-covered gash.


Im okay you guys 💖

Rexha removed the bandage for her Instagram post and again assured her fans:

"I'm good."

Her fans, however, were not.

Many on social media expressed their outrage over the incident.






All in all, though, everyone was relieved to learn she was okay and sent their well wishes for a speedy recovery.







NBC New York reported Nicolas Malvagna, 27, of Manalapan, New Jersey, was charged with assault and harassment.

CBS New York reported Malvagna told security:

“I was trying to see if I could hit her with the phone at the end of the show because it would be funny."

Of course, his attorney offered a different motive, telling HuffPost:

"As a fan, Mr. Malvagna’s sole intention was to have Ms. Rexha take photos with his phone and return it as a keepsake."
"It was never his intention to injure Ms. Rexha.”

Either way, it was a total fail.

We're happy to learn she's on the mend!