DC Younger Fly explains the altercation at his comedy present within the Bay Space
Over the weekend, DC Young Fly had a comedy show in the Bay Area at Tommy T’s Comedy Club, and it definitely gave the audience a show to remember. Viewers started sharing on social media that DC had gotten into an argument before proceeding with his show.
On Tuesday, DC took to Instagram to explain what happened during the show.
He stated that he wasn’t joking about the viewer involved in the altercation, nor about anyone sitting at the guy’s table. Claiming that the guy walked out of his place on stage and thought the guy was a superfan, he prepared to hug him, but instead the guy spoke aggressively at him and then slapped his hand as he did pushed him away.
DC further stated that things escalated slightly and when the guy was awakened he was removed and DC proceeded to end his show.
As footage of the aftermath of the situation started circulating on social media, DC took to Instagram to discuss the matter and said, “I’m from the WestSide of Atlanta, I really come from the street I stabbed on have. I am traumatized, but GOD changed my life, but I always stay on top of things. “
As he built his stand-up comedy career, DC also built his acting resume.
In March he announced that he auditioned for the role of Eddie Murphy’s son on Coming 2 America and said, “#MovieGameRules, you have to work for this !! Mafu ** as won’t give us .. and I won’t give anything unless it’s real and mafu ** as believe in me .. I want to take the steps that the OGs take with blood, sweat and hard work to order to become a #GREAT !! It’s gone to have roles that someone can play better! It comes with the game !! “
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