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Singer Bebe Rexha says she’s OK after being hit in the face on stage by thrown phone

NEW YORK (AP) — Pop star Bebe Rexha was smacked in the face and harmed by a cellphone flung from the crowd at an old neighborhood show in New York City Sunday night, and a man was captured, police said.

The Grammy-designated, multiplatinum-selling vocalist lyricist was taken to an emergency clinic after the telephone hit her, police said. An injury and a swathe were noticeable over her left eye in web-based entertainment posts she made Monday.

“I'm great, definitely, I'm feelin' okay,” she sang in a TikTok video, taking a line from “I'm Great (Blue),” her new hit with DJ David Guetta.

Rexha, 33, was in front of an audience at Dock 17, a roof scene in Manhattan, when the telephone was tossed, police said. Video posted via online entertainment showed the telephone deflecting away from the craftsman's head, and afterward Rexha getting her face and sinking to her knees.

Nicolas Malvagna, 27, of New Jersey, was delivered without bail subsequent to being summoned Monday on attack, bothered provocation and different charges. Each is either a crime or an infringement.

As indicated by a court protest, Malvagna told an outsider he attempted to hit Rexha with the telephone toward the finish of the show since he thought “it would be entertaining.”

A message looking for input was shipped off his lawyer.

A three-time Grammy chosen one, Rexha is referred to for such hits as “I'm Great (Blue),” “Intended to Be,” highlighting country's Florida Georgia Line, and “I Got You.” Brought up in New York, she was a lyricist for different specialists prior to turning into a performance star.

“I'm discovering that not every person will associate with you and figure out you, and that is alright,” she told The Related Press in April, right away before the arrival of her most recent collection, “Bebe.”

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