The topless woman in question was protesting against a recently proposed development project on a formerly protected land in Ontario, Canada, reports confirm.
Last Updated: 10.35 AM, Mar 15, 2023
If you are planning on disrupting the live concert of pop star Avril Lavigne, then you really need to think twice.
At the recently held Juno Awards, the I Love You star was presenting the live act of Indo-Canadian musician AP Dhillon at the 2023 on Monday, when a topless woman stormed on to the stage to protest a proposed development project in Ontario, Canada and Lavigne had a simple reaction to that audacious act—f*ck off!
Avril tried to continue saying her lines as the protester—in just pink pants, nipple pasties and messages including Save the Greenbelt and Land Back written all over her body in black ink—was seen walking all around the stage.
“Get the f*ck off,” Avril Lavigne demanded. The woman was eventually removed from stage by security personnel. “Get the f*ck off, b*tch,” added the pop-punk star.
According to a news report by CTV News Toronto, thewoman in question was protesting the Ontario government's recent decision to build around 50,000 new homes on 7,400 acres of land that was formerly protected Greenbelt land by 2025.
Later in the event, Avril Lavigne came back on stage to accept the TikTok Juno Fan Choice Award and spoke about the incident.
“Now, nobody try anything this time or the Canadian will come out of me, and I'll f*ck a bitch up,” joked the Complicated singer.
Host Simu Liu, who had performed a mash-up of Lavigne's hits earlier in the event, came on stage and lauded the singer for “handling that topless lady like a champion.”
Avril then went on her official Twitter page and joked about the incident even further, writing, “Thanks to my amazing fans for voting for the TikTok Juno Fan Choice Award. This is my 10th Juno Award and 4th Fan Choice Award. Let's keep rocking and cheers to the next 20 years! P.S. - 'Get the f*ck off bitch!'”
Last week, Avril and rapper Tyga made their relationship red-carpet official at Paris Fashion Week.