Those who watched this year's Glastonbury live from home were in for a treat thanks to how the BBC handled the subtitles during Kanye West's headlining set.
Despite an online petition to have him removed from the bill, Kanye West headlined the Glastonbury Festival on Saturday and the world continued to spin.
In a recent interview, the embattled rapper addresses the petition to have him removed from this year’s Glastonbury Festival lineup.
West said he was wrong to suggest that 'a gentleman who plays 14 instruments' doesn't 'respect artistry.'
During a performance over the weekend, West made a profound statement during a freestyle inspired by the tragedy in Charleston.
The reporters got in on the fun and asked Kanye questions about his plans for offseason free agency, to which he said, "I'm signing half a season contracts."
"To me, there is nothing more punk rock than having him stand on stage in front of 100,000 people after thousands of people petition for him to not be there."
The intense clip features red lights, Mensa in a full-body straightjacket, some sort of spark-producing construction work, and police in riot gear.
During a teaser for 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' that aired last night (May 31), Kardashian revealed that she is pregnant with the couple's second child.
During a DJ set as DJ Windows 98, the Arcade Fire frontman seems to have played about a minute of a new Kanye West track.