Local rapper, Flame, slaps a fan and leaves others disappointed

Local rapper, Flame, slaps a fan and leaves others disappointed

- South African rapper Flame had a good year so far but things recently took an ugly turn

- The muso was caught on camera taking a man by his shirt and giving him a stinging slap

- Although some fans believe Flame had reason to be upset, many others feel he should have reacted more professionally

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Lesego Kyle Mynandu, better known by his rap name Flame, a growing local rapper, has received hella negative vibes after he lost his cool with a man at a recent performance.

He was caught on camera grabbing the man from the crowd and giving him a slap his grandchildren might feel.

Briefly.co.za gathered that it is believed the man threw alcohol on him and some people don't blame the rapper for losing his temper.

However, others feel that he should not have let his emotions get the better of him.

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The reaction has been rather mixed.

@LonwaboMfundisi

"Lawsuit, lawsuit, lawsuit, the guy must fo and open a case a nice 5million can come out of there. Ayeye"

@JoboItumeleng

"Someone deserves some jail time here This is not cute"

@HillbrowSeas

"Sometimes a fan gotta get laid flat man, could have been a drunk fan, that's the worst person ever, a drunk person man"

@zeckedemba

"Can use this video to open a case. If not for justice then the assaulted can make some tips"

@ThandekaBunny

"You'll don't even know what happened Ahy maarn. Stop"

Flame has had a really good year so far, but this bad publicity is not a good way to end off the year.

The rising star's debut album CandyMan has been very well-received and he has been solidifying himself as a man with talent.

What does Flame think about fans being disappointed with him? Not much.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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