Bebe Rexha lectures the audience for not singing her song

Bebe Rexha lectures the audience for not singing her song


MEXICO CITY. - Bebe Rexha preached to the public for not singing her most famous song in a Spotify event.

Rexha was fiery during her performance as "Meant to Be," her record-breaking success with country duo Florida Georgia Line. When the audience composed of members of the music industry did not accompany her singing at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, she got angry and even threw in some swear words.


"This song was No. 1 for 50 (rude) weeks," he said after instructing his band to stop playing. "I work too much (rudeness) hard for this (rudeness), OK?"



"Meant to Be" set a record last year when he spent 50 consecutive weeks at the top of Billboard's Hot Country Songs list. He came to No. 2 of the Hot 100, which includes all genres, and this Sunday he will compete for the Grammy for the best country performance of a duo or group, which represents the first Grammy nomination for Florida Georgia Line.


I worked too hard for this moment. I'm from Staten Island, New York, and I'm standing here on this stage. They will sing the (rude) words if they know the (offensive) song.


His second attempt had a better response from those present. Other singers had a better night.
Bebe Rexha lectures the audience for not singing her song Bebe Rexha lectures the audience for not singing her song Reviewed by OMAR AHMED on February 08, 2019 Rating: 5

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