Tone Loc Collapses During Show In South Dakota
The 50-year-old rapper returned to finish performance of "Wild Thing."
Tone Loc collapsed on stage during the I Love The 90s Tour stop in Sioux Falls, South Dakota over the weekend, but he returned to finish the show. According to TMZ, a rep confirmed that the rapper is feeling better after a brief fainting spell at the Premier Center Saturday (Nov. 26) night.
A fan caught footage of the performance, which shows the 50-year-old L.A. native dancing on stage with a bunch of audience members to "Wild Thing" before stumbling out of view while being assisted by a security guard.
Tone Loc just collapsed on stage while performing "Wild Thing" in Sioux Falls, leading off "I Love the 90's" show. The show stopped. Scary.
— John Gaskins (@johngaskins981) November 27, 2016
Medical crews were dispatched to the scene, reports the Souix Falls Argus Leader. Loc later resumed the show and is scheduled to perform at the North Dakota stop on the tour Sunday (Nov. 27).
Vanilla Ice (he's also on the tour) shared an update on Loc's health this morning.
Tone Loc is fine and doing great. Thanks for you guys concern.
He got lightheaded and dizzy, Dehydrated. See you tonight. #ILoveThe90sTour
— Vanilla Ice (@vanillaice) November 27, 2016
The "Funky Cold Medina" spitter previously collapsed during live shows in 2011 and 2009.
Check below for video of the South Dakota performance.