The Michael Jackson impersonator starred in a fight, where already more than 2 million people have played the video, the impersonator of the ‘King of Pop’ has claimed that the man came out of nowhere and hit him, which triggered a fight in which the impersonator of the ‘King of Pop’ almost ended up choking his opponent.
Michael Jackson impersonator gets into a fight in the street
They say that in Las Vegas anything can happen, not for nothing is known as the city of sin; however, from time to time situations occur that far from surprising its visitors unleash the curiosity of Internet users and turn the Internet, that is the case of the spectacular fight that starred a Michael Jackson impersonator and a passerby.
In addition to casinos and nightclubs, Las Vegas is also the entertainment capital, so it is not uncommon to find artists who parody a celebrity, but can you imagine The King of Pop about to choke a man in the middle of a fight? That’s what happened to a group of tourists who were forced to intervene to stop the conflict.
In the videos circulating on social networks, the Michael Jackson impersonator can be seen confronting a man in a green T-shirt. Later, the artist said in an interview with TMZ that the man provoked him “for no reason”.
At the beginning of the clip, both men can be seen punching and kicking each other, until the impersonator manages to apply a kind of key and knocks down his opponent, while passers-by begin to approach them.
Already on the ground, the fake Michael Jackson holds with both legs the man’s head, who tries to free himself at all costs. The impersonator continues to hold him down and begins to choke him, to which several people passing by ask him to stop.
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The impersonator releases the man, stands up and walks away from him, while the other apparently continues to plead. According to the Las Vegas performer’s statements the guy “came out of nowhere” and hit him, which triggered the fight.
According to TMZ, minutes later the police arrived to arrest the aggressor. The events took place on Fremont Street, the second most famous street in the metropolis after the Strip.