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Asmash Mouth singer retired from the band after ‘Chaos Show’

Steve Harwell, a native of South Bay, is reportedly retiring from Smash Mouth to focus on mental health issues.

The news has heated up after video footage surfaced showing the 54-year-old singer being involved in an incredibly bizarre and hateful behavior on a recent show by Smash Mouth. .

A concert attendant recorded part of the performance, which took place on October 9 at New York’s Grand Oyster Festival, and posted the footage ticking. Since then it has been viewed more than 1 1/2 million times, which is why Harwell and the band are trending on social media for all the wrong reasons.

“When I say it’s the most chaotic show I’ve ever seen in my life … I have no words,” concert participants say at the beginning of the video.

In the video, Harwell is seen cursing his words and swearing at the crowd. He also threatens someone, saying, “I will kill your whole family, by God.”

He also gestures with his arm, which the Los Angeles Times described as “a Nazi salute to the crowd.”

Watch Tick ​​tock video here..

Now, it looks like the performance will be the last that Harold will do with the band known as the cover of “Walken on the Sun”, “All Star” and “I’m a Believer”.

“Steve has been dealing with long-term medical problems for the past eight years, and during his last performance at the Big Sip stage, he experienced a number of symptoms directly related to his current medical condition,” said a Harvey spokesman. New York Post. “To this day, Steve will retire from Asmash Mouth to focus on his physical and mental health.”

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