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Akon Tosses Fan Offstage

June 4, 2007 4:22 PM ET

Seriously, what is Akon's problem? And also ... where are his handlers? First the guy sparks a PR disaster by dancing/simulating sex with the underage daughter of a Trinidadian minister at a concert. Now he's apparently tossing random fans offstage. When a kid threw something at the singer (as fans will do) Akon stopped a recent show, had security track the fan down, picked him up and tossed him into the crowd. So. Not. Nice.

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