What Kind of Woman Urinates on a Person's Face?

What Kind of Woman Urinates on a Person's Face?

Call me old fashioned if you must but I could hardly believe what I was reading when I read of the so-called American musician Sophia Urista urinating on the face of a member of the audience while she was performing a song:

Brass Against’s Sophia Urista urinates on fan’s face during festival set, NME, 13th of November 2021.

The article sates:

"Once on stage, the fan, who had a camera mounted to his head, was told to lay down by the frontwoman. She then proceeded to pull down her pants and urinate on his face, all while continuing to cover the 1992 track."

It seems to have been the case that the act of publicly urinating on a person's face while on stage was pre-arranged.

Let's just think that through. You're a musician and you get a request not to sing a particular song but to urinate on someone's face in front of a crowd. You stop and ponder on the request for a moment and then reply "Yeah sure - why not." Unbelievable.

A Few Days Later

On the 15th of November 2021, the NME published the following article which includes a video of Sophia Urista urinating on a man's face while up on stage and singing other peoples songs:

Police report filed against Brass Against’s singer after onstage urination, NME, 15th of November 2021.

How can anyone think that is publicly acceptable?

Good to see that the US police are investigating the matter as to whether Florida statute 800.03 was broken.

I'm not prude but FFS!

And the Next Day

We then we had an apology:

Brass Against singer apologises for onstage urination: “I am not a shock artist”, NME, 17th of November 2021.

She sated:

"I have always pushed the limits in music and on stage. That night, I pushed the limits too far. ... I am not a shock artist. I always want to put the music first. I’m grateful for all of your continued love and support. ..."

There are some things you just can't apologise for.

My My YouTube

What I find amusing is the double standards of YouTube. The NME article embeds the following YouTube video:

Brass Against "Wake Up" (Rage Against the Machine Cover) 2021 Welcome to Rockville, YouTube, 12th of November 2021.

Here is an organisation that will delete content uploaded by a qualified medical professional for discussing COVID-19, delete videos of sexual nudity and delete comments about all sorts of things and yet doesn't have a problem with this footage. Unreal.

I have discussed elsewhere YouTube double standards:

Double Standards of YouTube


Drs Being Silenced