WATCH: Pop Star Loses Her Cool For Insufferable Reason
I am sure that SOME people in the entertainment industry are relatively nice, grounded people. Like… 1 or 2 of them.
Pop star “Bebe Rexha” is clearly not one of them. I mean… DAMN. This story makes her sound as entitled as they get.
Apparently, she was performing at some pre-Grammy event last week, and it made her very, VERY ANGRY that people weren’t singing along to her songs.
Pop singer Bebe Rexha sounded off on the crowd at Thursday night’s pre-Grammy Spotify event when they didn’t sing along to her monster hit song.
Rexha was joined by fellow acts H.E.R. and Chloe x Halle, all nominated for best new artist at the Grammys, performed at the event honoring rising newcomers.
Don’t think you’ve heard of her? You have if you listen to the radio. Her earworm of a song is played on repeat by a few stations:
Yeah. THAT one. Personally, I can’t stand it.
Rexha was fiery during her performance of “Meant to Be,” her record-breaking hit song featuring country duo Florida Georgia Line. But when the crowd of music industry players didn’t sing it back to her at Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, she went ballistic, f-bombs included.
“This song was No. 1 for 50 f—ing weeks,” she said after telling her band to stop the performance. “I work too f—ing hard for this s–t, OK?”
No. Not “ok.” This is full-insane.
“I worked too hard for this moment. I’m from Staten Island, New York, and I’m standing on this stage right here,” yelled 29-year-old Rexha, who co-wrote Eminem and Rihanna’s Grammy-winning 2013 hit, “The Monster.”
“You’re going to sing the f—ing words if you know the f—ing song.”
HOOOLY CRAP. I mean WTF? THIS is why people can’t stand celebrities. WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH HER?!
Rexha then looked over to her mom and said, “My mom is like ‘please calm down.’ I love you mom. I’m calming down.”
I wonder if her mom was all like “OMG I’ve created a monster.” at that moment?
“Meant to Be” set a record last year when it spent a historic 50 consecutive weeks at the top of Billboard’s Hot country songs chart. It peaked at No. 2 on the all-genre Hot 100 chart and is nominated for best country duo/group performance at Sunday’s Grammys, giving Florida Georgia Line their first-ever Grammy nomination.
They didn’t win. I’m SURE she took it well.