Stopping the music cold, he said: ”You see this guy right here with the green laser? Don’t f**k with everybody’s show. This is not a f**king game. You’re going to get f**ked up and kicked out, I don’t want that s**t. So chill the f**k out.” [Scroll down to watch.]
All of this happened before Gwyneth Paltrow’s infamous tweet from the concert caused another whole controversy. As previously reported, she wrote ”N***as in Paris for real.”
After folks on Twitter labeled her a racist, she tried defending herself by tweeting: “Hold up. It’s the title of the song!”
Qwyneth Paltrow, husband Chris Martin, along with best friend Jay-Z in the Hamptons at supermodel Christy Turlingtons Beach Party.
*In the midst of Gwyneth Paltrow’s “n-word” twitter drama, there are new reports that she and her husband Chris Martin of Coldplay will join their close friends Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z for a caravan trip in Florida.
“The two couples are planning a trip around Florida. Both Chris and Jay have been on intense world tours so they really need a break,” Contact Music quoted a source as telling Britain’s Sun newspaper.
“Gwyneth and Beyonce think the jaunt, going back to nature on a high-end Winnebago, will be the ideal getaway. It will be low-key but it’s just what they need and they’ll get to spend quality time together,” the source added.
As previously reported, Paltrow was at the center of a racial firestorm after she tweeted “Ni**as in Paris for real” from Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Watch the Throne” concert in Paris.
While jamming, fellow concert-goer The Dream (producer Terius Nash) tweeted a photo of the “Avengers” star dancing onstage. She tweeted back, “Ni**as in paris for real.”
Her use of the N-word – even though “Ni**as in Paris” is the title of a Throne song and she used asterisks to replace th “gg” – caused an immediate backlash among her followers and reared the age-old debate among blacks over who is “allowed” to use the word, reports the LA Times.
Paltrow responded to backlash by tweeting, “Hold up. It’s the title of the song.”
Nash, who also got some heat for defending Paltrow, told his own followers that he was the one who typed Paltrow’s controversial reply into her phone.
“Fyi Sorry for the [confusion] I typed Ni**as in paris for real from Gwens Phone my bad…,” he wrote. ” … please excuse it! We were lit!”