{WATCH} Monica Stops Brawl At Her Tour Stop in D.C.

R&B singer, Monica, doesn’t tolerate nonsense during performances. She paused her set to address the fight in the crowd.

During the “R&B Experience” tour stop in D.C., Monica was singing a love ballad when a fight broke out. The born-and-raised College Park, Georgia star stopped singing to find out why the two women were fighting.

“Wait a minute! I’m singing a love song,” Monica said to the women. “I ain’t singing ‘Knuck If You Buck’ baby, calm that s__t down.  Somebody take her and get a drink on me! Calm down. They f____d you up, baby?  Me too, join the club. Take it on out of here.”

The video is seen circulating on social media with fans in disbelief of this taking place at an R&B concert.


Knuck If You Buck, refers to the infamous 2004 hit crunk song performed by the group Crime Mob.

Security escorted both parties out of the concert, and Monica performed “So Gone,” dedicating it to one of the women that interrupted her show.