Coi Leray Boots Fan From Stage When He Touches Her Butt During a Lap Dance

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Image via Getty/Jason Koerner
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Coi Leray doesn’t like handsy fans.

A clip from a recent show shows the rapper giving a lap dance to a fan on stage while performing her verse from Fivio Foreign’s B.I.B.L.E. cut, “What’s My Name,” which also features Queen Naija.

Before she begins dancing on the fan, she directs him to move his hands. While he doesn’t touch her while she’s in his lap, she moves off of him and starts twerking in his direction, but off to the side. At this point, you can see him slide his hand up and touch her butt.

“Get outta here!” she can be heard saying into the mic. The clip finishes with her giving a lap dance to a different fan.

The 25-year-old has recently made headlines for her ongoing feud with her father, Benzino. The latest sees the pair going back-and-forth over comments Benzino made about Eminem being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Bezino’s stance is that there are hundreds of other Black artists who should be honored over Em, and alleged that the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame doesn’t respect Black culture.

Coi took this as a moment to defend Em, responding to her father by saying, “I’m about love, equality, respect and forgiveness,” she tweeted. “I have nothing against Eminem, 25 years of my life all I know is he a very talented artist and actor! (8 Mile was great). Let’s build bridges and get over them before you burn the bridge and burn with it.”

Benzino wasn’t feeling Coi’s message toward Em, and responded to his daughter, suggesting she’s the one who is guilty of burning bridges.

“As far as the lil [bird] who keeps talking about love and forgiveness. Well there’s this word called ‘loyalty’ and a commandment that says ‘Honor thy Mother and Father,’” he tweeted. “As far as burning bridges, there no bridge bigger than the one you burnt with your own blood.”

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