A Kiwi fan at Lil Mosey's Auckland show on Tuesday night was violently shoved off stage by security after attempting to join in on the rapper's performance.
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Video footage captured by an audience member at The Powerstation shows a young male jumping on stage and playing up to the crowd.
The impromptu appearance lasts only a few seconds before a bouncer takes a running leap at the unknown stage-stormer, throwing him into the audience.
The shocking moment prompted yells from the crowd, however Seattle hip hop artist Lil Mosey appeared unfazed, continuing the performance without interruption.
Another angle of the incident uploaded to YouTube shows the security guard jumping down into the mosh pit to pursue the fan, picking him up by his jumper and pushing him.
The man is then intercepted by what appears to be another member of staff, who grabs him around the neck and drags him out of the crowd.
Lil Mosey, known for his hit 'Pull Up', played one all ages New Zealand show as part of his Northsbest world tour.
Newshub has approached The Powerstation for comment.