Kanye West got a strange welcome to his first-ever performance at England's Glastonbury Festival. Minutes into his opening song, "Stronger," a stage invader interrupted Yeezy's set with some clown antics. No word yet if he was one of the ones who protested the G.O.O.D Music founder's appearance.
Thankfully, the interruption didn't slow down the rapper's set, which thrilled the crowd at the Pyramid Stage. "You are watching the greatest living rock star on the whole planet," he declared to the crowd. Wearing a shredded denim ensemble, Yeezy went through some of his classics hits, like "All Falls Down," and new material like his recent single "All Day."
The BBC, which will be airing the performance later, will reportedly take extra precautions against Kanye's n-word dropping exploits by putting up a warning before the show airs, and keeping the censor button close at hand. Presumably, they'll do what they can to cut out the unwanted special guest, as well.
Kanye seems to be having a great time in the U.K. Hours before his show, he surprised fans at London's Adidas Originals store to personally present fans with pairs of his Yeezy Boost 350s. He was accompanied by his pregnant wife Kim Kardashian.
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