Miranda Lambert has made it clear that drama does not belong at her concerts.
But, during a recent show, the country star had to say a few words over the microphone to get that point across one more time.
It all happened on Sept. 9 at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida. Miranda was onstage performing her hit “Over You.” But, it was during that song that a few unruly concertgoers got into a fight.
While we’re unsure what exactly was said between the members in the audience, the look on Miranda’s face pretty much said it all. Miranda paused the song to address the ill-behaved fans by saying, “All right, we’re not going to fight during this song. You can save it for ‘Little Red Wagon’ or ‘Gunpowder and Lead’ or something mean.”
But, it seems that Miranda’s shake of the finger didn’t break up the argument. And, out of respect for her other fans, the Texan’s blood began to boil.
“Do y’all hear me at all? Hello… We’ve got a show going on up here do y’all give a shit or not?” Miranda asked waiting for the group to catch her drift. “You’re causing some trouble. This is a sad song. You can save it for the crazy girl songs. Are we good?
Once the heated exchange finally settled down, Miranda was able to finish the song.
Rare Country previously reported that Miranda is currently on mandated vocal rest. The Texan was forced to cancel three of her home state shows from her Keeper of the Flame Tour. The dates for those shows are Sept. 15, 16 and 17.
Feel better soon Miranda!