WATCH: Rapper Gets SUCKER PUNCHED Into Next Week While Performing On Stage

Considering the way rappers trash-talk, you’d think he could take more than one punch. You’d think wrong.

Was it a sucker-punch? Yes. Was it a sudden rush from the side? You bet.

Was he out cold even before he hit the gound? It sure looks like it.

Here’s the footage. (And yes, it’s rap, so of course, there’s a ‘language warning’.)

But he had no trouble with the tough guy act on Twitter:

Guess that tough guy hasn’t heard about Tupac. Or he doesn’t go down dark alleys without his security.

Turns out it was another rapper that took him out. His name (and this is NOT a typo) is “Rob $tone”.

But it didn’t end there. It triggered a brawl. And a stabbing.

XXXTentacion got sucker punched onstage and knocked out cold during his show in San Diego … which turned into an all-out brawl that left one person stabbed.
The video of the attack is insane — XXX was up on the mic performing Wednesday night when the attacker socked him out of nowhere. Security scrambled and beat the piss out of the unidentified puncher.
Law enforcement sources tell us the stabbing happened backstage after the initial punch. —TMZ

Why is there such drama between rappers that so many of us have never even heard of before now, and whose names we will have forgotten in an hour?

Rappers have such fragile egos that they need to bust each other up. Why so insecure?

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