Rapper Appears To Snort Line Before Stage Diving Into Crowd

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Rapper Appears To Snort Line Before Stage Diving Into Crowd

Australian rapper Huskii was caught on camera apparently sniffing a powdered substance before diving into the crowd at a show in Melbourne.

Footage shared on Huskii's Instagram story showed the rapper standing in front of the packed crowd on Wednesday (18 May) at music venue Max Watt's House of Music, where he was set to put on a show.

In the clip, Huskii, whose real name is Ben Hayden, can be seen holding a silver tray and a small rolled tube that he held to his nose as he lifted the tray to his face.


See the scene unfold below:


He appeared twice to snort something from the tray before throwing it in the direction of the crowd, who could be heard shouting and cheering as an announcer spoke over a microphone.


Later in his story, Huskii appears to be on the floor with the crowd, with a caption explaining the scene was filmed 'post stage dive'.

Huskii has been performing in Australia to promote the release of his new album Antihero, which was released earlier this year.

In one Instagram video, the rapper claimed someone 'got stabbed out the front' of the venue and told fans it was 'probably going to take a while for people to get in'.

A Victoria Police spokesperson cited by the Mail Online said they had not received any reports of incidents at the event, but confirmed arrests had been made outside.


They commented: "There was an incident outside the event where police attended an address on Swanston St, Melbourne about 9pm after reports of an agitated man."

"Officers have been told the man was refused entry to a licensed premises and became aggressive. Officers approached the man outside the premises and noticed a knife in his pants. A scuffle ensued and the man was arrested. Two women who hindered the police during the arrest were taken into custody for assaulting police and drunk and disorderly," the spokesperson continued.

Following the event, Huskii shared another video that said people were 'getting arrested', describing the scene as 'wild'.


The rapper is known to have had a difficult upbringing as a child, having survived sexual abuse, having a parent in jail and encountering drug abuse, Rolling Stone reports.

In an interview with the publication in February, Huskii said he'd 'put [his] all' into his latest album and said it was one he was 'actually proud of', adding: "I was very curious to know what people would think, because it’s kind of a new thing for me... It seems like everyone has given me feedback on the whole album as a whole, and it’s pretty good."

UNILAD has reached out to Victoria Police and Huskii for further comment.

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Featured Image Credit: @kinghuskii_/Instagram

Topics: Celebrity, Australia, Music, Drugs, Viral

Emily Brown
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