Shaggy gets furious after stagehands interrupt set in Germany
Video grab of Shaggy's performance at Summerjam in Cologne, Germany.

Grammy Award-winning artiste Shaggy was clearly enraged as organisers apparently attempted to cut his set at the 2022 edition of Summerjam in Cologne, Germany.

In a video that emerged on social media, the It Wasn’t Me singer was seen blurting out expletives as stage hands interrupted his set and attempted to pack up his stage equipment.

“P***y , if yu push mi gear, mi inna B—-t problem, go suck oonu m—-a,” the Bombastic singer shouted into the microphone.

Users reacted with glee at Shaggy’s outburst with one saying: rich badness.

Another said: “wonder what the Jamaican government will say about this behaviour by an ambassador of the country”.

Another user said: ‘don’t trouble the ex-marine, look how him get bringle! Deal wid dem wicked Shaggy, yu anno weak fence!’

After repeating the popular Jamaican epithet several times, he proceeded with his performance much to the delight of the audience.

Shaggy recently lost a key member of his team. Assailant, a ghost writer, was shot and killed in Los Angeles over the weekend.

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