Kanye West has done it again! Less than a week after the hip hop mogul blasted a fan for flashing his own lights during a Paris gig with Jay-Z and Yeezy, the “College Dropout” rapper scolds fans for throwing coins onto the stage during the show. After fumbling on the lyrics to “The Good Life,” West tells the DJ he wants to redo the song. And as he is about to start, he finds a small coin close to the edge of the stage.
Instead of tossing it back to the crowd, he picked up and said, “Y’all threw a f***ing coin up here and threw it all the way up here. Don’t throw no hard s*** up here while we performing. Seriously, you f***ed it up for everybody. I was having a perfect show — flawless victory. Don’t throw no s*** on my stage please.”
Unlike his last display in Paris, West looked a bit calmer. After the rant above, he managed to compose himself to enough to restart the song. Now we’re all about freedom of speech, but maybe these outbursts overseas may do more harm for him than good, especially considering Obama even thinks he’s a jackass. Looks like Kim Kardashian needs to calm her man down.