The lead singer for the musical group, Staind, stopped in the middle of his concert to reprimand the concert goers for a good cause. Aaron Lewis was performing in Kansas City for Rockfest 2014 Saturday (May 31) singing “Something To Remind You” when he noticed the fans were inappropriately touching a crowd-surfing teenage girl. One fan caught his expletive rant to the crowd on video.
Lewis spewed out a profanity-laced warning to the concertgoers that if he saw anymore inappropriate touching, he was going to point them out and have the fans ‘beat them up.’ His rant clearly showed how angry he was with the molesters:
WARNING! Expletive language
Okay, listen up, you f*cking *ssholes. That f*cking girl right there is, like, 15 f*cking years old, and you f*cking pieces of sh*t are molesting her while she’s on the f*cking crowd. Your f*cking mother should be ashamed of themselves, you pieces of sh*t.
He continued by saying the molesters should be beaten down by everyone around them. After his rant, he turned and told one of his band member to continue with the song by saying, “go ahead, Mike.” Although, before the song started up again, he told the girls in the crowd to ‘feel free to crowd surf safely.’
Lewis (42) is a lead vocalist, song writer, rhythm guitarist and founding member of the rock group Staind. He is currently married to Vanessa and they have three daughters. Apparently, being a father to three daughters makes him aware of the crowd-surfing molestation of young girls.