UPDATE: Paul Wall releases a statement, apologizing and saying, "I will learn and grow from this incident."
Texas rapper Paul Wall was apparently pushed to the limit at the Low Low Car Show concert in San Antonio, Texas this week when a fan allegedly gave the rapper the middle finger during his performance.
TMZ reports that Paul Wall then verbally confronted the fan in the audience and then proceeded to hit him multiple times with his microphone. Wall was able to get in about three hits before being separated from the fan by security.
Prior to the incident Paul Wall was performing onstage with fellow Texas rapper Slim Thug.
The fan was reportedly kicked out of the concert following the attack. No other details on the incident were revealed and Wall has yet to speak out on the attack.
Paul Wall is just one of the latest rappers to attack a fan while performing at a show. Over the summer Kid Cudi attacked a fan at a concert in Ohio and members of G-Unit attacked a fan in July after he rushed the concert stage at a show in Brazil.
UPDATE: Tuesday afternoon, Paul Wall released a statement to TMZ, apolgizing for his actions.
"I want to sincerely apologize to my San Antonio fans...for allowing myself to become distracted during my recent performance," he stated. "I apologize for temporarily taking my eyes off that goal. I will learn and grow from this incident and be a better person, artist and performer as a result."
At press time, no charges have been filed against Paul Wall.