Kane Brown Boots Crowd Member from Atlanta Show for Giving Him the Middle Finger: 'Kick His Ass Out of Here'

"Come here, I want to show you what flipping me off will do," Brown told the concertgoer, according to a TikTok of the moment

<p>Ethan Miller/Getty</p> Kane Brown performs in Las Vegas on May 18, 2024

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Kane Brown performs in Las Vegas on May 18, 2024

Be kind to Kane Brown at his concerts!

During the country star's In the Air Tour stop at State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday, June 8, an audience member decided to give him the middle finger from the crowd — leading the "Bury Me in Georgia" artist, 30, to kick him out of the show.

According to a fan-filmed TikTok from the performance, Brown appeared to spot the concertgoer making the expletive gesture and gestured for the person to walk toward the stage.

Related: Kane Brown Teases 'Very Powerful' Upcoming Collaboration with Jelly Roll 'About Depression'

<p>Todd Williamson/NBC/Getty</p> Kane Brown in Nashville in September 2023

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Kane Brown in Nashville in September 2023

"Come here, I want to show you what flipping me off will do," he said in the. midst of singing his recent single, "I Can Feel It."

Brown then found a security guard, identified the person in the crowd and requested they "kick his ass out of here."

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"I Can Feel It" is the lead single from the Tennessee native's upcoming fourth studio album. In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, he teased a collaboration with Jelly Roll that's in the works.

"I have a song with Jelly Roll, so that's really cool," Brown told the outlet.

"It’s talking about depression and, you know, you could have everything in the world, but as long as you don’t talk to someone about it, you’re still gonna go through those things," explained the "Thank God" musician, describing the song as "very powerful."

Related: Kane Brown's Daughter Kingsley 'Protects' His Wife When Sister Plays Rough: 'There's a Baby in Mommy's Belly'

<p>Jason Kempin/Getty; Kevin Mazur/Getty</p> Kane Brown; Jelly Roll

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Kane Brown; Jelly Roll

"I’m blessed to have Jelly on it because he goes through the same thing," Brown continued, before opening up about feeling as though entertainers aren't always seen as real humans who experience mental health struggles.

"Nobody's perfect," he told ET. "I feel like a lot of people that are superstars, everybody looks at them like they're perfect, but everybody goes through something."

John Shearer/Getty Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae Brown
John Shearer/Getty Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae Brown

Brown previously sang about his experience with depression on the song "Memory" with blackbear, telling PEOPLE in December 2021, "That was my way of saying 'I go through it as well. You're not alone in the world.'"

In a September 2022 interview with PEOPLE, Brown explained: "During quarantine when COVID and all that happened, I was in a very dark place. I go through depression and my wife [Katelyn] goes through anxiety, so we're perfect for each other."

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