Rap legend KRS-One was injured during his performance at the New Haven, Ct. stop of his multi-city tour in support of his revamped "Stop the Violence" movement. "The Teacha" suffered a fractured right hand when an angry fan tossed a bottle in the rapper's direction while being escorted off stage.

In true "Stop the Violence" and "increase the peace" fashion, KRS encouraged fans willing to retaliate to "Let it go." The rap icon, whose real name is Lawrence Krisna Parker, added "When negativity comes your way, let it go." Parker was taken to Yale-New Haven hospital where he was treated for a fractured hand and dehydration.