Nicki Minaj helped a fan who got sprayed in the face with mace at her concert last Friday night.
According to reports, there were fights among the audience members during her Bay Area stop at the Concord Pavilion, just west of San Francisco. After the fight broke out, Minaj reportedly stopped her performance and called the injured girl on stage.
The Concord Police Department documented several bad incidents that happened during the show including one where a 22-year-old man was arrested after attacking Pavilion security. Despite these incidents, the majority of the concertgoers were not hurt according to Lieutenant Tim Runyon.
The singer has yet to give her side on the riot that happened at her concert. Despite the incident, she showed her appreciation for her fans through her Instagram account.
After the brawl last Friday on her Pinkprint Tour, she posted a video of her twerking wearing a thong.
Nicki is seen twerking on boyfriend Meek Mill in a video she uploaded on Sunday. The couple seemed to enjoy their day off together after all the stressful events that took place on Minaj’s concert tour.
"I love how we spend our days off" Nicki wrote on her Instagram.
She added, "Cheers to everyone living their lives and not being pressed."
The “Anaconda” singer was happy with the positive comments she got after posting the video. She then thanked her fans saying, "That's what I always do. And if this makes the news I'll just laugh. I'm gonna keep doing wtf I want."
The said video gained different reactions from fans. One Twitter follower’s comment made the singer defend her twerking video. Minaj claimed she did not care about what other people think of her video.
Nicki tweeted one more time, “Social media got yall scared to live your OWN lives!!!!!! I'm glad u liked the video.”
Social media got yall scared to live your OWN lives!!!!!! I'm glad u liked the video — NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) August 16, 2015