GloRilla was seen getting spit on and splashed with water during an appearance at Complex in Oakland earlier this month.

The promoter says Glo was supposed to perform but she, as well as her boss, Yo Gotti, said it was only supposed to be a walk-through.

Regardless, Glo’s bodyguard can be seen escorting her out of harm’s way. But he was still fired afterward, which he addressed on social media.


“I got her out of there safe … I did my job,” said the bodyguard. “But as far as go over there and whoop that motherf*cker like that, nah. I ain’t going over there to whoop nobody … If they was in front of our face and they did that sh*t, I would’ve whipped the breaks of they ass.”

The bodyguard went on to say that since the attacker was in the crowd and not a direct threat, he didn’t feel the need to physically retaliate.

Do you think he was wrongfully fired?


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