Color Me Badd lead singer Bryan Abrams has not actually apologized to Mark Calderon for shoving him on stage last week, but he did let him know he was sorry ... on his shirt.
The band put aside their differences and performed Saturday night at the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. Calderon tells The Blast the show went great and says while the two did not speak, he will never let his fans down.
"Like I said before, I’ll always be there for the love of the fans the music and performance," Calderon told us. "I have an obligation that I must fulfill and I’m blessed that I get to do what I love."
Calderon says he and Abrams have not made up (unless you count the shirt) but he says he will continue to work with him as long as Abrams remains sober and professional.
As The Blast previously reported, Abrams was arrested last Sunday night at Del Lago Casino in Tyre, New York and charged with attempted assault in the third degree Video from the concert shows Adams trudging out onstage while the group sang their iconic 1991 hit, "I Wanna Sex You Up," and then shoving Calderon.
Calderon told The Blast that Abrams was heavily intoxicated backstage before the show even started, and noticed that during the first song, "All For Love," he was missing words and slurred through most of the song.
He says when the second song started, Abrams had left the stage and did not return for the rest of the concert, leaving Calderon to be a professional and perform the show by himself.
We're told that when Abrams came back onstage and shoved Calderon to the ground, he screamed, "I'm motherf*cking Color Me Badd!"
Calderon fell into some sound equipment when he went to the ground, he was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital and treated and released for neck and back pain.
After going to the hospital, Calderon told The Blast he was feeling fine, aside from some whiplash from the unexpected fall.
The band's next show is scheduled for Las Vegas on August 4.