Kanye West is headlining the Glastonbury Music Festival in England … but watched as his moment was taken away from him when a ‘random fan’ stage-bombed him during his performance.
West was performing Black Skinhead during his set at the Pyramid Stage Saturday night and was in the middle of the expletive-ridden song when the intruder jumped on stage with a microphone and took over the rapping. It took Yeezy a while to notice that an unwanted intruder was doing his job for him, and the fan was subsequently rushed out of the stage by a bodyguard. West was forced to restart the song after that.
The random guy has since been revealed as British comedian/prankster Lee Nelson, who tweeted afterwards, ‘Some people were saying Kanye shouldn’t headline Glastonbury so I thought I’d give him a hand.’
This wasn’t the only unfortunate thing that happened to Kanye, who is being criticized for not being good enough to headline Glastonbury. During his performance, the BBC’s subtitling team gave up trying to subtitle the expletive-ridden lyrics in real time, and settled to putting up ‘HE RAPS’ on the screen.
Check out the video below.
Intruder took over Kanye's performance ? http://t.co/9g43C0j1l4
— JayJChillin (@JayJazzi) June 27, 2015