After being assaulted on stage by fellow bandmate Bryan Abrams, Color Me Badd singer Mark Calderon spoke one-on-one with our news partner, News10NBC about the events that unfolded on the Vine at del Lago Resort & Casino stage.

After being assaulted on stage by fellow bandmate Bryan Abrams, Color Me Badd singer Mark Calderon spoke one-on-one with our news partner, News10NBC about the events that unfolded on the Vine at del Lago Resort & Casino stage.

As the Saturday evening concert was ending, main singer Abrams shoved fellow singer Calderon off the stage.

“I was confused,” Calderon says. “It just happened so fast. Groups have craziness going on but you don’t have to let everyone see it. He was drunk, intoxicated and who knows what else.”

Calderon says Abrams was drunk when the band first went on stage and slurred and stumbled through the first and only song he would sing that night. The singer wandered off stage.

“The second song came on and I’m thinking ‘where the hell did he go?' He never came back," Calderon says.

The show went on with Abrams nowhere in sight until after the final song "I Wanna Sex You Up".

As Calderon thanked the crowd, Abrams aggressively shoved him to the floor.

“He blindsided me,” admits Calderon. “Next thing I knew, I was on the ground. I didn't know what happened. He’s tried to reach out to me but as of right now, now’s not the time for me to talk to him."

”Really concerned for his health because this has been going on for a while now,” Calderon adds. “He’s an amazing man, a great person, he really is, but when he starts drinking he’s a monster.”

As for future concerts, the singer says he will keep performing for fans with or without Abrams. Color Me Badd is scheduled to perform at Buffalo's Canalside on Aug. 11 as part of the I Love the 90's Tour.

Abrams is now facing attempted assault charges and is due back court on Aug. 28.