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Jason Derulo gets into fight with two men after one calls him Usher

Police were called to scene on Tuesday morning as Derulo “committed battery against two individuals”

  • Becky Buckle
  • 6 January 2022
Jason Derulo gets into fight with two men after one calls him Usher

US R&B star Jason Derulo was filmed getting into an altercation with two men in Las Vegas - after one of them reportedly referred to him as "Usher."

Las Vegas Police stated that Derulo had “committed battery against two individuals” during an incident that took place around 2:AM On Tuesday at the City's Aria Resort.

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TMZ report that 32-year-old Derulo struck at least one person near an escalator after someone swore at him and called him Usher. According to TMZ footage shows the man shouting: "Hey, Usher! Fuck you, bitch" at Derulo.

Derulo was not arrested but ordered by hotel security to leave the premises under a trespass order. No injuries were reported - but according to TMZ, the two men appeared to have bleeding facial wounds.

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Police said the "victims did not want to press charges against Derulo," so no report was taken.

Footage has been shared online which shows Derulo with the two men.

[Via: TMZ]

Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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