Legendary ‘90s rapper Tone Loc is still rocking the mic, but perhaps his shows are getting too wild for him. The old-school rhymer was performing his classic song “Wild Thing” and slowly collapsed onstage.

In the video above, you can see the 50-year-old rapper performing “Wild Thing” at a concert in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with a bevy of female concertgoers behind him. It looks like everyone is having a great time until Loc stops rapping the lyrics and begins to wobble back and forth.

Props to his hypeman who kept rapping the lyrics while signaling security to escort Loc backstage. It’s then we hear the microphone dropped to the ground. Then the ladies onstage gasp as if they may have saw Loc fall, but we don’t know for sure because everything is happening away from the cameras.

According to TMZ, Loc did come back later to finish his set. There's no word on Loc's current health status.

This isn't the first time Tone Loc has collapsed onstage. In 2013, Loc (real name Anthony Terrell Smith) passed out while performing a show in Des Moines, Iowa. The concert was immediately canceled and Loc received medical attention. TMZ reports that Loc has collapsed onstage in 2012, 2011 and 2009 in Texas, Georgia and Florida, respectively.

Hopefully, Tone Loc is okay and is seeking medical attention.

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