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Another Webbie concert ends in violence, hip-hop ban


A concert in Odessa, Texas, featuring rapper Webbie was forced to shut down after a melee ensued inside the concert venue. Several people began to fight at Club 20/20, smashing tables and hurling bar stools at each other. The fight erupted while Webbie was performing on stage.

According to reports, attendees began attacking each other with bar stools as Webbie was into his set. The violence escalated into a free-for-all until the authorities arrived and shut the venue down.

After police eventually broke up the brawl, five arrests were made, reportedly for possession of drugs. According to TMZ, the manager of the club has declared that there will be no more rappers booked at Club 20/20 because he’s tired of “ghetto stuff” at his club.

In 2012, a Webbie show in Mobile, Alabama, ended in gunfire and a man was killed. The rapper was questioned following the murder, but never implicated in any way. In 2011, a Webbie performance at Blackmon’s Plaza in East St. Louis, Illinois, ended with a fight inside the club and a shooting outside the venue that left a security guard hospitalized.