Do her “fans” hate her? The nude truth of Bebe Rexha’s recent assault
Bebe Rexha is in the headlines again following an assault that happened on stage. The assault came as a shock to fans and the singer herself. It’s time we finally learned the nude truth . . . is Bebe Rexha hated by everyone including her own fans?
Bebe Rexha is a name that has become synonymous with pop music in recent years. With her powerhouse vocals, catchy hooks, and unapologetic attitude, the New York-born singer-songwriter has quickly become one of the most popular artists in the industry today.
Rexha got her start in the music industry as a songwriter, penning hits for some of the biggest names in pop, such as Eminem, Rihanna, and Selena Gomez. But it wasn’t long before she stepped into the spotlight as a solo artist, releasing her debut single “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” in 2014.
Since then, Bebe Rexha has risen to fame with hit after hit, including “Meant to Be,” a collaboration with country duo Florida Georgia Line that spent 50 weeks atop Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, and “Last Hurrah,” an empowering anthem about embracing imperfections.
But it’s not just her music that makes Rexha so captivating – it’s her fearless personality and willingness to speak her mind. In a world where image is often everything, she has been vocal about embracing her curves and refusing to conform to society’s narrow beauty standards.
In fact, Rexha made headlines in early 2019 when she called out designers who refused to dress her for the Grammys because she was “too big.” Her message was clear: all bodies are beautiful, and it’s time for the fashion industry to start celebrating diversity.
And Rexha doesn’t just talk the talk – she walks the walk. In 2018, she collaborated with designer Michael Costello to create a size-inclusive collection that celebrated women of all shapes and sizes.
With her unique blend of talent and fearlessness, Bebe Rexha shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Whether she’s topping the charts or breaking down barriers, she continues to inspire fans around the world with her music and her message.
Assault & reactions
During Bebe Rexha’s concert in Manhattan, a fan threw his cell phone on stage and hit the singer in the eye causing her to rush offstage. “I was trying to see if I could hit her with the phone at the end of the show because it would be funny,” accused phone-pelter Nicolas Malvagna said, according to a criminal complaint.
Clearly this “fan” isn’t fond of Bebe Rexha, but it’s unclear as to why. As reported in the New York Post, “Malvagna, 27, was arrested and charged with assault, aggravated harassment, attempted assault, and harassment after his alleged stunt left the “I’m Good (Blue)” singer with a black eye. Rexha, 33, was on stage wrapping up her concert on the Rooftop at Pier 17 when he allegedly hurled the phone at her.”
““She staggered around, fell down, and her people pulled her off the stage,” concert-goer Brian Good, 48, told The Post of the “scary” incident. “Bebe struggles a lot in the industry because of their bias against her age and weight,” he added. “She kept mentioning things that had happened to her in the city or when she was growing up and how happy the show was for her as a sort of homecoming. Sad it ended like that.””
Clearly, the nude truth about Bebe Rexha is she was at the wrong place at the wrong time. Hopefully, she recovers after receiving stitches above her eye and will be back to performing soon.