Lil Baby's security violently pushed a fan off the stage after the supporter came close to the rapper during his performance at Openair Frauenfeld Festival on July 7, a now-viral video has revealed.

In the clip, which made rounds on Twitter Sunday, one can see the 27-year-old rapper performing when a fan runs on stage and touches him for a second. The rapper's security quickly grabs the supporter and brutally pushes him off the stage, sending him flying into a metal barrier.

There is no update on the fan's injuries yet.

The video quickly caught the attention of netizens. While some fans expressed anger toward Lil Baby's security for pushing the fan violently, there were those who pointed out that the man could have harmed the rapper.

"Dude almost becomes crippled or dies and all he did was go up to him with open arms? Wow," one person wrote, while another replied, "Quick, did he have a knife? Not sure? Rapper is dead already. Here's to you never being a bodyguard or in security."

"Trespassing onto the stage is what he did. Actions have consequences is what he proved," another person noted in response to the video, then another said, "Tell me there was no other way."

The rapper made headlines last week after an outlet created an Instagram post asking its followers if they thought Lil Man J sounded like Lil Baby. The "Do We Have a Problem" rapper commented on the post, saying, "Is this a joke or he serious?"

A netizen later tweeted a screenshot of the Instagram post as well as the rapper's comment, writing, "Lil Baby is about to start beef with Lil Man J for stealing his flow."

Lil Baby, whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones, dropped the music video for "All Dz Chainz" featuring Gucci Mane on June 29. His music video for "U-Digg" featuring Veeze and 42 Dugg, on the other hand, came out on June 17.

On the personal front, the rapper has two children — Jason and Loyal — with his two ex-girlfriends.

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Rapper Lil Baby performs at "No Place Like Home" Concert on Jan. 19, 2020 in Atlanta. Prince Williams/Wireimage