When it comes to attending a Lauryn Hill concert one thing is certain, “don’t be disrespectful." It was that type of behavior that prompted the Grammy Award-winning singer to request a fan leave her recent show at Chicago’s House of Blues.
After Hill began her set 50 minutes late, a male fan heckled the 39-year-old for her delayed performance, TMZ reports. Hill didn’t take the patron’s comments lightly as she addressed and reported him to the venue’s security, according to a video clip posted on the celebrity gossip, entertainment news site.
“Excuse me, there’s a gentleman over there who just did something I don’t like, can you please escort him out and refund his money…I don’t play that,” she declared while on stage. “I don’t need to win you over, but you don’t need to win me over. You can go, and you can take all your money right back…”
“That’s alright. I do this because I love it, not because I owe you anything…you can get on your blogs and you can tweet and say whatever you want to, I don’t give a rat’s ass. I do this because I love it!”
Check out more of Lauryn Hill’s response in the video clip above.
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