The Black Madonna is doing it for the people.
A DJ whose commitment to her craft knows no bounds, the American-born artist tends to speak her mind.
So when fans began to complain about being scammed for tickets to her shows she decided to take things into her own hands.
Tracking down the scammers, she pretended to want to buy tickets, picked up enough information, and then handed the details to authorities.
All in all, pretty damn cool. When you come at the King, as the old saying goes, you best not miss...
Here's what happened.
Pro-tip: Don’t scam my fans. If you sell fake tickets to my show I will personally find you, come for you and call the police. You may think I’m the one but I’m not the one. See you all at Lot613 today. If you got scammed, please let me know so I can personally make it right. pic.twitter.com/XQavCJDTmS— THE BLACK MADONNA (@blackmadonnachi) October 21, 2018
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