Chaos Breaks Out at Rapper Skate Maloley's NYC Concert: See the Disturbing Videos

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Skate Maloley performs at Citi Field on June 6, 2015 in New York City. 

Violence broke out during a Skate Maloley concert at New York’s Webster Hall Saturday night (Feb. 20), where the rapper’s fans are seen being assaulted by venue security in unsettling videos posted on social media.

Maloley claims that he and his team were attacked by security after they tried to help fans who were being assaulted by security with physical violence and taser guns. It remains unclear as to what triggered the frenzied scene.  

“My whole team got assaulted buy them and that's it,” Maloley tweeted after the show. “I’m just most sad and upset that yall had to expierence that. And also miss the show.”

“Security has no right to assault me nor my family,” the rapper continued. “I will die for them. Once again I have nothing but love for every single NYC fan.”

On Sunday morning, Webster Hall posted the following statement on its Tumblr page. "Saturday’s incident is being fully investigated, as there are misreports about what took place. Webster Hall’s staff do NOT carry tasers and are not armed. They carry strobe flashlights. The safety of all guests is always our primary focus," the statement reads.

Billboard has reached out to the venue for further comment.

Maloley tweeted that he will return to New York "in the near future."

The unruly scene was documented by numerous concert-goers at the New York venue. See the clips below.