Doesn't matter how many times 1 person bugs me... I am not going to react by lowering the volume on the music for EVERYONE ELSE there. Both of them acted like selfish fucks.
I'd boo the DJ for lowering the music over such inane bullshit.Personally, if I was in the crowd, I'd probably be cheering the guy. If I'd be annoyed at anyone, it'd be at her for interrupting.
No one said it wasn't. His reaction was over the line... that is the topic of discussion.If she'd just come up to talk, make requests or something along those lines it'd be a different matter, but physically throwing herself at the DJ when he's mid mix? That's over the line.
So? What does this prove other than there were idiots in the crowd. I mean, if his set was so good, as you claim, why would people cheer when the music went away?Edit: I just re-watched the video clip - note the cheers from the audience when he does it!
Very unprofessional. Dj's need to be prepared to be working around these types of conditions. He could have addressed the situation to security.
Awww... did someone get butt-hurt?
True that, unfortunately I could not touch the skill level he is at.
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Wtf...I leave DJF for a little while for work and we get shit like this up in here? Haha.
IDK, I'd say the DJ looked like a douche to me too. Nothing that would make me kill the music to yell at someone.
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Last edited by Finnish_Fox; 07-20-2012 at 12:16 AM.