The 30-year-old was at the Orpheum Theater venue in New Orleans, Louisiana watching the synth-pop pioneers perform with her husband Alan Ferguson, 11-year-old son Daniel Julez Smith, Jr. and Daniel's friend, when she was attacked for dancing.

Solange took to Twitter after the concert on Friday (09Sep16) to complain about the behaviour of four white women, who chastised her for refusing to sit down.

Beyonce's sister began the series of posts by stating: "Let me tell you about why black girls/women are so angry..." and told her followers about the upsetting incident, which ended with the women reportedly throwing a lime at Solange.

"I took my son, his friend, and my husband to see Kraftwerk in New Orleans... Was very excited to dance and enjoy a band I love," she recalled. "We are 4 of about 20 black concert goers out (of) 1500 here... We walk in, and one of my favorite songs, MAChine (sic), is on. I'm excited to tell my son about how hip hop sampled Kraftwerk. We are dancing," Solange explained.

"4 older white women yell to me from behind, 'Sit down now'. I tell them I'm dancing at a concert. They yell, 'u need to sit down now'... We are at an ELECTRONIC and DANCE music concert and you are telling... not asking me... to sit down. In front of my child," she furiously wrote.

"They proceed to throw something at my back. I'm just going to share my experience... So that maybe someone will understand, why many of us don't feel safe in many white spaces," she said.

After some of her followers assumed she had instigated the row with the four white women, Solange was forced to fight back. "We don't 'bring the drama'," she wrote. "Nobody goes to the Kraftwerk show with their kid 'looking for drama'. But that's how u (sic) guys like to spin this."

She later explained she felt people of colour were unable to talk about racism without being labelled as the problem, rather than the victim.