90s Boy Band Fights Amongst Themselves During NY State Show [VIDEO]
In the early 1990s, pop R&B group Color Me Badd were pretty much on top of the music world.
You couldn't go a single day without seeing them on MTV. The group out of Oklahoma City sold 12 million records worldwide, has had three No. 1 hit singles, nine Top 40 songs, and their debut record C.M.B went certified triple-platinum album.
Well, that was a very long time ago.
Fast forward to the present day, and the once four-man group (now, only three) find themselves at the Del Lago Casino in Seneca County, New York.
Group founder Bryan Abrams has gone through some hard times as of late. The once popular singer, has gained quite a bit of weight and according to bandmate Mark Calderon, has a serious alcohol problem.
Calderon told the Blast that the 48 year-old Abrams was heavily intoxicated even before the Sunday show in Tyre. He could be heard slurring words and eventually walked off stage during the group's second song.
By the end of the show, the NY Post says an even drunker Abrams reemerged and violently shoved Calderon, causing him to hit some band equipment has he fell to the floor. Police say Calderon was brought to Geneva General Hospital where he was treated and released.
It was Abrams' immortal words which no in attendance will ever forget.
I’m motherf*cking Color Me Badd!!!!
The Post says Abrams was arrested and booked at the Seneca County Correctional Facility. Police say he was charged with attempted assault in the third degree.
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