Lesson Of The Day: Don’t Grab A Flying Drone

May 31, 2015 / Posted by:

If you ever find a drone hovering above you, do not try to fuck with that bitch, because that bitch may bite back and slice up your best finger banging finger. Enrique Iglesias learned this the hard way at a show in Tijuana, Mexico last night.

Enrique’s rep tells the Associated Press that during his shows, a drone flies above the audience to get shots of his fans and sometimes he grabs the drone to give everyone a point-of-view shot. But last night, the drone didn’t feel like being touched by Enrique and it sliced his fingers up. Julio Iglesias’ child accidentally grabbed the blade part and he bled like a newbie bottom taking a 10″ inch burrito peen without lube.

Enrique proved that he can be our hero, baby (sorry), by going on with the show. His rep says that he ran to the side of the stage and got it “semi-treated.” Apparently, his people told him to cancel the show, but he performed for 30 more minutes and he even went full punk by drawing a heart on his shirt with his own blood. Drawing a heart in blood on a t-shirt is what Taylor Swift would do if Taylor Swift’s body was temporarily possessed by Sid Vicious.

After the show, Enrique went to the airport where an ambulance was waiting to fully treat his jacked-up finger. He took a flight to L.A. where he’s going to meet with a specialist.

So, again, the lesson to be learned here is to not put your hand anywhere near a piece of machinery that’s got razor sharp blades on it. And yes, this is coming from a trick who once almost lost his good fappin’ hand while doing the YMCA dance under a living room ceiling fan.

And to think, I thought that Enrique Iglesias had his mole removed through lasers or some shit, but now I know that a drone cut that bitch off.

Pic: Joe Bonilla/Instagram

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