Action Bronson Stage-Tossing Continues. This Time With A Little Person (Video)

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Great Hip-Hop artists have stage-show conventions. Public Enemy has the SW1s. Method Man has a reputation for climbing to the top of speaker towers to deliver his verses. Common freestyles, usually incorporating street names and venues local to whatever city he’s in. Jay-Z has Memphis Bleek.

Is Action Bronson the latest MC to really have it?

Over the last year, from body-slamming to stage-tossing, the jovial Queens, New Yorker has kept his stage free from concert goers with violent ejections—all with a smile on his face, and almost always, a fan that knows what’s coming. However, in a young 2014, it seems that this is becoming a fixture—with two incidents last week alone, one of which involved security. Would you agree?

This happened in Santa Rosa, California this weekend. Bronson tosses a little person from the stage, not once, but twice.

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