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Kanye West Rants about Radio, Praises and Brings Out Kid Cudi Before Ending Show After 3 Songs

Kanye West Rants about Radio, Praises and Brings Out Kid Cudi Before Ending Show After 3 Songs
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Kanye West had another Kanye West moment in Sacramento during his Saint Pablo tour Saturday night. Ye let his mouth and emotions get away from him and went on his “Trump shit” in another one of his infamous rants.

From what they say, he got so worked up off his own words that he ended the concert after only performing three songs. But that wasn’t before Yeezy got his fucks off at the radio and gave some bigs up Kid Cudi and even brought out the Cleveland native on stage.

“I know it’s a lot of real niggas working at radio, real people, real program directors with wives and kids that love music that can’t play what they wanna play because they paid done paid to play that bullshit over and over and over,” Ye said. “And when I say that bullshit…we love Drake. He’s a great artist. But Frank Ocean is great too.

He continues,”But you know who’s the greatest of all of us? Kid muthafuckin Cudi.”

After his rant, the Chicago rapper then reportedly ended the concert after only performing three songs. And let social media tell it, “Fuck Kanye” chants could be heard after he ended the show early. And to add insult to injury, fans also tweeted that he was late from the giddy-up.

This wasn’t the first time that Ye felt the wrath of a crowd. Last Thursday, he made a shocking announcement to California concert goers after discussing his take on the recent presidential elections.

West said that he not only didn’t vote in the election but also that if he had, who he would have voted for Donald Trump.

“I said something that was kind of politically correct,” he said, “I told ya’ll I didn’t vote right but I didn’t tell ya’ll that if I would have voted it would have been for Donald Trump.”

In another video that followed the statement, West tried to clarify himself saying, “That don’t mean that — I don’t think that — Black Lives Matter. That don’t mean that I don’t believe in women’s rights…Because that was the guy I would have voted for.”

West also addressed racism in America, speaking directly to the black people in the audience and requesting that they stop focusing on racism, despite the fact that a spike in hate crimes have occurred since Trump’s election.

“To black people, stop focusing on racism. This world is racist, ok? Let’s stop being distracted to focus on that as much. It’s just a f**king fact. We are in a racist country — period.”

West went on to tell the audience that he’s “glad Trump inspired racists to reveal themselves” and that if we can all hold out for another four years, he’s still thinking about running for president in 2020.

West continued his speech by praising music for its power to of unify the country after such a polarizing election, saying, “I’m not asking ya’ll on your opinions on who’s better, but there are people who voted for either side that come together for music.”