The Daily Grind Video

August Alsina had an amazing end to 2014 after hitting the road for a successful tour with Usher, as well as landing appearance after appearance, but it looks like he’s just welcomed  the new year with a bang that he probably didn’t want.

The Testimony singer was set to perform at the State Of Emergency 2 concert in St. Louis, to promote anti-violence, and while he put on a great set for fans, it was what happened once he got off stage that everyone is talking about.

Footage was released of August getting into an altercation with the show’s promoter, Loose Cannon Slim, after he was not happy when the R&B crooner showed up late to the show.

Baller Alert reports on what went down:

According to our sources, things started off on a bad note when August, who was set to perform AFTER Migos, had to perform before the group because they missed their flight. August ordered a band for his live show at the last minute and it supposedly made more sense for him to go on first. August, who now would have had to go on at 7:30pm with his band, allegedly ends up stalling the show for two hours, which sets the entire show off track. The Migos eventually show up to perform, but August isn’t happy at this point. He exchanges words with the promoter Loose Cannon Slim, saying that he played him by trying to make him go before Migos. August’s security is also involved in the back and forth at this point. Onlookers say it looked as if they were going to jump Slim. August is still exchanging words, and it’s then that Slim swings on him.

The footage shows August’s team and Slim’s team getting into a huge brawl, where one person was kicked while on the floor. Fabolous was spotted watching the fight in the hallway area from a distance.

See the intense footage above. Hopefully these two teams can work things out.