Following Dua Lipa's live performance in Shanghai recently, fans took to social media to share footage that appeared to show a security guard roughly dragging a fan out of her seat and now Dua Lipa has responded to the incident.
The singer was in tears on stage following the events.
It comes after fans speculated as to why those at the concert had been ejected.
"We're not here for much longer; we have only a few more songs, and I would love in these last few songs for us to really, really, really enjoy ourselves".More news: Hurricane Florence Begins Days Of Rain, Wind Across Carolinas
Security guards stormed into the arena holding laser pointers and flash torches shortly after the concert began and when thousands of excited young fans were singing along with Dua Lipa, according to one fan who was at the scene.
In an Instagram note posted Thursday, Dua Lipa wrote that she'd love to return to the city one day and "see a room full of rainbows".
As more global super stars head to Shanghai with little sign of pre-tour admin being watered down, Dua Lipa might not be the last British export to be greeted with a different atmosphere to what they're used to on the rest of their world tour.
Another concert-goer, who wished to stay anonymous in fear of repercussions, told MailOnline that she saw one fan, a female, being kicked out by several security guards. "I want to create a really safe environment for us all to have fun", she told the crowd.More news: Bezos: Amazon HQ2 decision will be made by end of the year
The current state of LGBTQ equality in China is fraught: While homosexuality and legal gender changes are both permitted by law, the country offers no anti-discrimination protections for queer citizens. I want us all to dance. "A promised show. I stood by them, sang with them and danced with them".
Image: Dua Lipa said she was "proud" of her fans.
"I was horrified by what happened and I send love to all my fans involved", she added.More news: Britain's mass web-spying faulted by European rights court