People in the audience made factional signs during the funk singer’s performance
Singer MC Daniel quickly left the stage during a show in Cuiabá, capital of Mato Grosso, this Friday 8th, after being harassed by the audience. The funk singer’s team claimed that people in the audience showed signs of a criminal faction.
On social media, a video shows the singer arguing with the audience, saying: “I’m a singer, I sing to help my family. If you’re really a criminal, you shouldn’t even curse me. Is that it?” the example you cite, sir?” said he.
🚨 SERIOUS: In another controversial episode, MC Daniel and his team leave the stage during a show after people at the event started reporting a faction dominating the state of Mato Grosso.
“If you really are a criminal, you don’t have to be there to curse me” pic.twitter.com/RLAhnT5UCv
— DIRETTO DO MIOLO (@diretodomiolo) December 9, 2023
In response, a man is heard saying “here is CV”, an acronym for the Comando Vermelho faction. That’s when some people started cursing the MC and throwing glasses and other objects at him.
The singer had to be accompanied to leave the stage.
“My party is Jesus Christ, I am not a criminal,” Daniel wrote in an Instagram post in response.
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