NEWS: Fronz (Attila) fights with security at Las Vegas show for “hurting” fans!

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Currently in the middle of their self-curated Rage Fest tour across North America, Attila frontman Fronz got into heated situation at the Las Vegas date of the tour (August 22nd 2018) at Hard Rock Live.

In some fan-shot video footage that has been posted online, Fronz paces across the stage yelling into his microphone saying, “Fuck your shit. Fuck this shit. We’re never playing Vegas again. You lost this shit ’cause of your bullshit security motherfuckers.”

Fronz then steps forward and punches one of the venue’s security staff in the back of the head, and later throws a microphone stand and shortly after also his microphone in their direction, leading to the band’s headline set being cut short.

You can watch the video footage below.

Another fan-shot video has also been shared on Twitter showing a different angle of the events that occurred.

Shortly after the show, Fronz took to Twitter to apologise to the fans for being forced to cancel the show early, and reiterating that the security were hurting fans during their performance which is something he will not stand for and takes no issue in fighting security if that happens.

An hour or so later, Fronz tweeted further, in which he said “Cops are after me now,” implying that to some degree law enforcement had apparently been involved or at least notified with what happened at the show.

Fronz has tweeted again since, explaining the band have made it to California and no police involvement has occurred since the situation at the time of writing.

He has also responded to a local Las Vegas news reporter Kelsey Thomas of News 3 who reached out to him for an interview to which he simply replied “Ummm sorry Kelsey but ima have to pass, snitches get stitches.”

The security company hired by the venue for the evening are Contemporary Services Corporation, and their Nevada vice president Jay Purvis spoke with News 3 and said that “They were all professional in performing their duties for our client, Hard Rock.”

Hard Rock have also released the following statement.

“The safety and security of our fans, staff and performers is our top priority. We are disappointed in the escalation of events at the Attila show last night. While we believe security acted in an appropriate way to protect the best interests of guests, we are reviewing the incident to ensure proper protocol was followed.”

More news on the situation will be confirmed as it develops.