Fans turn rabid on Pitbull during Calle Ocho festival



Miamians love Pitbull because he is one of their own. One of our own.

But apparently that doesn’t give the rapper a pass to refuse an encore song after performing in front of his hometown audience.

After Pitbull left the stage and refused to come back for an encore during his performance at the Calle Ocho street festival Sunday, his fans turned rabid; booing him, insulting him, flipping him off and throwing things towards the stage to show their disapproval.

Such is the life in Miami.

Otherwise, the Calle Ocho festival was relatively peaceful. I didn’t see any fights. I saw only one arrest. And I only saw one person passed out.

It was a mild one compared to previous years.



Miamians love Pitbull because he is one of their own. One of our own.

But apparently that doesn’t give the rapper a pass to refuse an encore song after performing in front of his hometown audience.

After Pitbull left the stage and refused to come back for an encore during his performance at the Calle Ocho street festival Sunday, his fans turned rabid; booing him, insulting him, flipping him off and throwing things towards the stage to show their disapproval.

Such is the life in Miami.

Otherwise, the Calle Ocho festival was relatively peaceful. I didn’t see any fights. I saw only one arrest. And I only saw one person passed out.

It was a mild one compared to previous years.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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