Review / photos: Kreayshawn mingles, a Kardashian appears and MGK steals the show at Last Damn Show at the Tampa Bay Times Forum
Wild 94.1's Last Damn Show 14 hit the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Saturday night, and as usual, tbt*'s Luis Santana was in the house, snapping photos of the headliners (Snoop Dogg, 2 Chainz, Machine Gun Kelly) and some of the backstage action, too. Here, he shares some of his highlights:
-- 2 Chainz put on a good show but was not friendly at all. He did his meet and greet inside his dressing room to a small group. He went onstage and left immediately after his performance.
-- Lupe Fiasco gave out roses to ladies in the front row, which made the crowd go crazy.
--MGK NEVER DISAPPOINTS! One of the first things I noticed was a brand new Scion FR-S, which is a $30,000 car, on the stage. I told some of the Wild staff that they were crazy for having that car on the same stage that MGK will be on. Well, during his second song, MGK hopped on top of it and sang a few verses before moving on to the crowd. He also smashed a glass vase with a few remaining roses from Lupe Fiasco, sending glass and water into the media pit. Nobody got hurt, but it was close. During his last song, Wild Boy, he jumped offstage and walked through the crowd, sending the entire forum into a frenzy. He didn't need any security; he outran everyone! He then ran back to the stage, humped a woman against that new Scion, then jumped on top of it, putting a huge dent in the roof! He later came out and apologized and signed the car. He signed: "One Small Step for Kells, One Giant Leap For My Wallet. I F---ed Up! MGK" Pretty crazy.
-- After that, Snoop Dogg came out and did his thing, but I honestly think MGK stole the show.
-- Pleasure P brought four ladies onstage and seduced them, including humping one woman on a speaker.
-- Rita Ora and Kreayshawn signed autographs for some lady who was walking around backstage having artists sign her body suit. Kreayshawn mingled backstage and most people had no clue who she was! She was very friendly with the people that actually recognized her.
-- Text / photos by Luis Santana, tbt*