Earl Sweatshirt Goes In On A Protestor At His Show
Videos of Earl Sweatshirt in the wild are always a delight, just like this latest footage of the rapper going in on a protestor outside of his show.
Earl performed at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado this week, but outside of the venue, he ended up getting into a confrontation with a religious protestor. A video of what went down ended up surfacing on April 12 after being taken by one of his fans who attended the show. “Spontaneously went to an Earl Sweatshirt show in Denver and saw him outside the venue telling this racist, sexist religious dude to fuck off,” she wrote in her caption.
The footage shows Sweatshirt standing next to his tour bus as he gets into an argument with a man holding up a megaphone and flashlight, standing on a milk crate. As he tries to reason with the protestor, a woman continuously twerks in front of him, presumably trying to make him mad and leave the premises.
“Can you stop?” Earl says to the man repeatedly. The protestor continues to counter, saying, “The Bible commands all man everywhere to repent. There comes a day that he will judge you and he will judge you for your sins. Your sins, sir, are going to drive you to hell. You need to repent of your sins and turn to Jesus Christ.”
Earl is simply trying to get this dude to stop and continuously claps his hands together while telling the man, “Shut up, be quiet and go away.” Toward the end of the video, someone who appears to be security starts to pull Earl away from the scene.
Check out the footage down below of what you can expect outside of the venue at your next Earl Sweatshirt concert.