Smash Mouth has become a rather controversial band in recent memory and lead singer Steve Harwell isn’t afraid to call out a fan. He recently stopped a show in New York so he could threaten to kill one concert goer’s family and so much more.

A video has surfaced online showing the Smash Mouth singer stopping a concert while he slurred his words and seemingly threw up a Nazi salute to the crowd. A TikTok video from @doesthisfeelgood caught the whole event on camera.

The 54-year-old All Star singer was playing with his band at the Big Sip beer fest in Bethel, New York when this ordeal took place. The band had technical issues during their performance which is an irritating thing indeed. They struggled to play over a broken PA system, and Harwell kind of lost it.

He was seen dropping his drinks and swaying back and forth on stage. Then he flipped the bird and swore a few times. “I’ll f*cking kill your whole family, I swear to God,” he screamed at one fan. He also claimed that he would never leave the house if he could masturbate better.


Smash Mouth has not commented on this viral video, which you can check out below.

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