American rapper G-Eazy is caught on camera in an altercation with a fan outside a San Francisco night club - despite his pending court case for assault.
The rapper, real name Gerald Earl Gillum, 32, has been making headlines recently for his aggressive behaviour after his involvement in a bar fight in New York last month.
The 32-year-old allegedly "punched a man in the face" when he was told to leave the VIP area of New York club 'Boom Boom Room', and was arrested a few days later.
He was released from custody under investigation on September 14, but has since been involved in another altercation at a different nightclub.
The star was filmed being ushered into his car following his performance at Vanity, San Francisco on September 18 after a run in with a fan whilst leaving the venue.
In the video, G can be heard repeatedly shouting into the crowd "say what?" "don't play with me bro" as he's held back by his security.
An eye witness said he was "visibly agitated" by some comments made by the crowd during his performance and that he "lost his head" at the end of the evening.
The onlooker explained: "When he was performing he seemed annoyed at certain comments made by the audience.
"When he was leaving the venue, loads of club goers made their way outside to see him and something just triggered him.
"He suddenly snapped and started yelling at someone in the crowd and had to be held back by his security.
"It was a dramatic end to the night to say the least."
The rapper appeared at court on October 1 charged with misdemeanor assault for his antics in New York and has since been released on bail.