For those who have yet to attend a GloRilla show, be warned: the Memphis rapper is not for the mess. CMG’s newest member has gone viral in recent months for her off-stage encounters with fans. While on tour to promote her debut EP, Anyway, Life’s Great, showgoers have even thrown clothes at Glo to get her attention. While that clearly isn’t the best route, it’s sure to spark a response from the rapper, who isn’t afraid to let her feelings be known.
“Dey tried to take my wig while I was performing,” GloRilla says of her Philly show on February 26. In footage obtained by No Jumper, the “F.N.F” powerhouse proceeds to jump into the crowd mid-performance, where a battle ensues for her hair. As fans clamor for the star’s attention, a few try to go for her black and green lacefront. In an effort to keep the peace, however, GloRilla simply takes it off and throws it their way. In the video, a woman donning red locks goes on to argue with another over the expensive headpiece. The former, who goes by @_laladabratt on TikTok, ended up taking the win—and the wig—home.
TikToker Dons Wig Originally Worn By GloRilla
In her now-viral video, the GloRilla fan says it was the “best night ever” as she recalls the chance moment. Lala went on to say she “finna cherish this wig till death do us part” before doing the unthinkable. In the following post, the concert attendee raps to Glo’s “Internet Trolls” as she installs the wig on her own head. The fan has now either deactivated her Instagram page or simply changed the name, but as we know, the internet is quick. One user screenshotted her thoughts on GloRilla, who she said “is everything in person” while gushing about the hair. “God is great… I love her so much,” Lala added.
GloRilla’s Oakland show saw outrageous fanfare as well. One attendee became angered at the thought of her not taking the stage after Glo stated she was only paid to host. Reports say they threw a water bottle at the star as she exited New Karibbean City with her team, who responded by throwing a drink back. CMG label head Yo Gotti jumped in via Instagram, stating it costs $30,000 for a GloRilla performance. “[You] must [have] booked Lil Glo, NOT Big Glo #CMG,” he writes.