Singer Courtney Love was attacked and held hostage after she got caught in the middle of a strike between taxi drivers and local Uber drivers in Paris on Thursday, June 25.

The 50-year-old rocker took to Twitter and Instagram to update her fans about her condition, reported Ace Showbiz.

She first posted on Twitter a photo of her Uber car window covered in what appeared to be thrown eggs.

"Dude @kanyewest we may turn back to the airport and hide out with u. picketers just attacked our car #ParisUberStrike," she wrote alongside the photo.

"They’ve ambushed our car and are holding our driver hostage. they’re beating the cars with metal bats. this is France? Paid some guys on motorcycles to sneak us out, got chased by a mob of taxi drivers who threw rocks, passed two police and they did nothing." 

Love shared the same picture of her Uber car window on Instagram along with caption, "Scariest day of my life, ambushed at the airport in Paris by taxi drivers on strike against @uber got taken hostage and our car was destroyed." 

The "Mono" singer followed it up with an alarming video of Uber drivers and taxi drivers yelling and fighting outside her car.

Later Love added a photo of her on the back of a motor bike posing with two men who came to her rescue.

Singer Courtney Love was attacked and held hostage after she got caught in the middle of a strike between taxi drivers and local Uber drivers in Paris on Thursday, June 25.

The 50-year-old rocker took to Twitter and Instagram to update her fans about her condition, reported Ace Showbiz.

She first posted on Twitter a photo of her Uber car window covered in what appeared to be thrown eggs.

"Dude @kanyewest we may turn back to the airport and hide out with u. picketers just attacked our car #ParisUberStrike," she wrote alongside the photo.

"They’ve ambushed our car and are holding our driver hostage. They’re beating the cars with metal bats. This is France? Paid some guys on motorcycles to sneak us out, got chased by a mob of taxi drivers who threw rocks, passed two police and they did nothing."

Love shared the same picture of her Uber car window on Instagram along with caption, "Scariest day of my life, ambushed at the airport in Paris by taxi drivers on strike against @uber got taken hostage and our car was destroyed."

The "Mono" singer followed it up with an alarming video of Uber drivers and taxi drivers yelling and fighting outside her car.

Later Love added a photo of her on the back of a motor bike posing with two men who came to her rescue.