Kanye West ends concert early and cancels another after rant aimed at Jay Z and Beyonce
UPI News Service, 11/21/2016
Kanye West is continuing to lash out during his concerts, ending one early and canceling another after a rant about Jay Z and Beyonce.
The outspoken rapper left thousands of shocked fans in Sacramento behind Saturday, ending his set just 30 minutes after he arrived 90 minutes late.
"Get ready to have a field day press, because the show's over," West said according to The New York Daily News before saying how Beyonce's MTV Video Music Award win for "Formation" was rigged.
"Beyonce I was hurt," West ranted. "I heard that you said you wouldn't perform unless you won Video of the Year over me and "Hotline Bling."
West then turned his attention to Beyonce's husband Jay Z stating that he needed to call him and talk to him "like a man."
"I know you got killers. Please don't send them at my head," he continued about Jay Z.
West once again also got political bringing up Hillary Clinton and how concert goers couldn't believe she lost the presidential election because "You was lied to by Google. You was lied to by Mark Zuckerberg."
Radio station executives were also attacked when the 39-year-old stated that if they don't change, they will be "Hillary Clintoned."
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On Sunday, hours before he was to take the stage in Inglewood, West cancelled the show with Ticketmaster announcing that refunds were to be given.
The ticket company also announced that the Saturday show would be refunded as well stating "We understand that last night's show was cut short," according to CNN.
The rant and cancellations come after West made headlines for stating during a concert in San Jose that if he voted, he would have cast his ballot in favor of Donald Trump.
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