Here's Why Some Fans Were Removed From Suga's Concert at Prudential Center

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On April 29th, Suga from BTS performed at the Prudential Center for his Newark show.

Unfortunately, several fans were removed from the venue due to their inappropriate behavior, according to reports.

Waiting Lines and Numbered Wristbands

Before the start of the show, fans formed waiting lines in the general admission area.

Since there were several lines, the staff decided to provide them with random numbered wristbands.

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Reasons for Removal

While in line, several fans noticed that at least seven people were being dragged out by the security staff, with some still putting up a fight.

Some fans claimed that they were escorted out because they were pushing themselves up against the barricade, which would bring them close to Suga.

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Others claimed that it was because they had been acting rude to the other fans and repeatedly shouted when someone got close to them.

The most popular theory was that a fan had gotten far too close to the barricade which caused a fight to break out.

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Embarrassment on Social Media

Fans expressed their embarrassment at the incident on social media, saying that the incident was even more humiliating because BTS member Jimin was also present there.

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