Tomi Lahren had the bright idea to attend a hip hop brunch, and it did not end well for her.

Lahren was in Minneapolis to give a talk and somehow ended up at the event. According to The Hill, Lahren and her mother were leaving the restaurant when a woman stood up and threw a glass of water at her.

When Lahren tried to confront the woman, a crowd of people surrounded her and began to curse at her. A man was heard saying "F*ck that b*tch!" and "F*ck that h*e!" and "Racist-ass b*tch!" before asking: "Why you even out here?"

Lahren left the scene while her mother attempted to confront the woman who threw the drink. Some reports say the attack was unprovoked, but Jeremy Jackson, a bouncer at venue, says Lahren accused people sitting at the table of “scowling at her” and said “Just another day in the life” as she walked past them.

Jackson says he offered to separate Lahren's group from the next table, but Lahren accused him of unfair treatment. “She responded, ‘You’re just going to kick me out for them throwing water? Unbelievable,'” Jackson told The Blast.

Lahren visited Fox And Friends on Wednesday to discuss the “disheartening” incident and said the hecklers “wanted to get their 15 minutes of fame.”

"This was something that was embarrassing for me and embarrassing for my family. At the end of the day, I'm a person, too. And I do get humiliated and embarrassed just like anyone else," Lahren said. "But I'm tough, my family's tough. We can handle it."

Conservative media outlets have rallied around Lahren. Donald Trump tweeted out his support after the Fox News segment.

The other people involved in the incident have not been identified.