Beyoncé stopped her concert briefly Monday night in Copenhagen to scold an over-zealous fan who slapped her on the butt during her performance of "Irreplaceable."
"I will have you escorted out right now, alright?" Beyoncé snapped at the man, as seen in YouTube video of the exchange.
The singer continued on with her show and the fan was reportedly allowed to stay in the venue
, according to music news site NME.
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Beyoncé is in Europe for her "Mrs. Carter World Tour," which kicked off last month in Belgrade, Serbia, and closes August 5 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The North American leg begins June 28 in Los Angeles.
The butt-slapping incident sparked heated debate online, with some people saying Beyoncé should have expected it.
"Get that close to a crowd — you have to expect its gonna happen eventually.
If you don't want it slapped girlfriend, stop flaunting it in their faces," one person commented on The Hollywood Reporter.
But others bashed the excited fan, arguing that his actions encourage misogynistic behavior as a society.
"I'm disappointed that she didn't at least have him kicked out — arrested would have taught him a better lesson," someone else posted. "Everyone always passes all this misogynistic behavior against Hollywood's celebrities by paparazzi AND fans off. It ISN'T harmless — it only makes us more complacent and dysfunctional as a society, and it teaches our young girls that it's okay for men to consider them a piece of meat. Beyoncé is obviously a lot more than that, and she deserved more respect."
Beyoncé is due to perform in Stockholm, Sweden, on Tuesday night.
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