The musician – whose real name is Tyron Frampton – was performing at a gig in Milwaukee, Wisconsin when a fan asked him to spit in her mouth, The Sun reports.
After jumping off the stage, the 25-year-old saw a fan holding up a sign which read: “Slowthai I need you to spit in my mouth.”
Slowthai held up the sign to the crowd before leaning over and spitting in her mouth.
Despite the disgusting gesture, the fan, named Kirsty, told Metro.co.uk: “It was one of the best moments of my life. Slowthai is a beautiful man. I wish nothing but the best for him in his career.”
The rapper made headlines after pelting an audience member with a champagne glass and had to be restrained by bouncers during an explosive row during this week’s NME Awards ceremony in London.
He later jumped into the crowd after members of the audience labelled him “misogynistic” and accused him of making host Katherine Ryan feel “uncomfortable” with a string of lewd comments.
The ugly scenes erupted following his bizarre exchange with comedian Katherine – as he accepted the Hero of the Year prize.
He began by urging her to “smell my cologne” as he said “smells good, don’t it” and shushed her.
She appeared to try to get away from the Nottingham musician as he proceeded to paw at her while they were both on stage.
The rapper was seen attempting to lean his head on Katherine’s breasts while he got up close and personal with the comedian.
Slowthai himself has today tweeted an apology for his behaviour at the awards, asking that event organisers forward his ‘Hero of the Year’ award to Ryan instead:
.@nme please forward my award to @kathbum for she is the hero of the year. what started as a joke between us escalated to a point of shameful actions on my part. i want to unreservedly apologise, there is no excuse and I am sorry. i am not a hero. (1/2)
— tyron. (@slowthai) February 13, 2020
“Katherine, you are a master at your craft and next time I’ll take my seat and leave the comedy to you. To any woman or man who saw a reflection of situations they’ve been in in those videos, I am sorry. I promise to do better. Let’s talk here,” he wrote.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission