Nick Jonas almost lost his cool with one fan.
The 30-year-old rock star called out a fan Monday while performing and asked him to stop throwing things onto the stage while his brothers perform.
The incident occurred while Jonas and his brothers performed in Sacramento, California, as part of the Five Albums. One Night. The World Tour.
According to a TikTok, the “Close” singer was jamming along with his brothers to their hit “Rollercoaster” when a person nearby began pelting the one brother with bracelets.
Jonas — who was wearing what several fans have dubbed his “frat boy” outfit — attempted to catch several of the items before telling the person to stop.
“Stop. Stop. Cut it out,” Jonas can be seen saying to the person before rejoining his brothers in the song.
The Post has reached out to Jonas’ reps for comment.
Several fans also took issue with the rude audience member.
“This is embarrassing and disrespectful as hell,” said one fan. “Stop throwing things while they’re performing.”
“What’s the point of it?” grumbled another fan. “Like fr stop doing that.”
“He doesn’t like it,” hissed a third person. “I wouldn’t either especially not knowing whats being thrown. It shouldn’t be a trend.”
Jonas is just one of many artists who have been attacked in the past few months by flying objects while performing onstage.
Earlier this month, one concertgoer had the audacity to throw what looked like a sweater while attending Beyoncé’s “Renaissance World Tour.”
However, nothing dreadful happened as two of the “Single Ladies” dancers managed to retrieve the item and shove it back into the owner’s arms.
In July, Bebe Rexha was injured in New York City by a fan who hurled his phone at the singer, smacking her in the eye and forcing her to cancel the remainder of her concert and get stitches.
The alleged phone-thrower, identified as 27-year-old Nicolas Malvagna, was later detained by police and charged with assault, aggravated harassment, attempted assault and harassment.
According to police, Malvagna claimed that he thought throwing the phone at the pop star would be “funny.”
Days later, Ava Max, 29, sustained an eye injury while performing in Los Angeles after a fan managed to get onstage and slap the “Not Your Barbie Girl” singer.
Country singer Kelsea Ballerini, 29, also had to stop a June concert when she got hit in the face with a bracelet.
“We all may have triggers and layers of fears way deeper than what is shown,” she shared via Instagram Story afterward. “And that’s why I walked offstage to calm down and make sure myself, band and crew, and the crowd felt safe to continue. That’s all I ever want, is for shows to feel like a safe place for us all. I love you and appreciate all the concern.”
Pop legend Pink also had a few surprises at her own concert while in London.
One die-hard fan gave the incredibly confused singer a bag of their mother’s ashes while another Gouda fan decided to gift the singer a wheel of brie cheese.
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