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Kanye West Cuts Short Sacramento Concert After Performing Only 3 Songs

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Kanye West angered his fans by cutting short a Sacramento concert after performing only three songs.

He ended the show after ranting on stage and then walking off.

Kanye West had a go at Beyonce and Jay Z, as well as Taylor Swift, Hillary Clinton and Mark Zuckerberg.

The rapper was only three songs into his concert last night – which is part of his Saint Pablo Tour – before he stopped to air his views.

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“Get ready to have a field day press because the show’s over,” Kanye West said before dropping his mic as the crowd booed.

It’s not clear what the exact point of Kanye West’s latest monologue was, but part of it was directed at Beyonce – who hasn’t responded in any way.

Kanye West accused Beyonce of not wanting to perform at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier this year unless she won an award.

“Beyonce I was hurt because I heard you said you wouldn’t perform unless you won video of the year over me,” he said.

The rapper brought Kid Cudi on stage to perform Father Stretch My Hands and Waves, but fans were disappointed when the concert was cut short.

It’s only two nights since Kanye West told the audience at a concert in San Jose that if he had voted in the elections it would have been for Donald Trump.


Kim Kardashian’s husband was booed then too and despite the fact fans are used to his outbursts it’s prompted some to question the rapper’s actions.

After venting at Beyonce, Kanye West then appeared to be annoyed with her husband for not phoning him.

“Jay Z, call me, bruh. You still ain’t call me Jay Z, call me,” he pleaded.

“Just call me. Talk to me like a man.”

Some in the audience had had enough and many tweeted about wanting their money back.

Kanye West did concede that he didn’t particularly want to upset anyone.

“Now, don’t go trying to diss Beyonce, she is great. Taylor Swift is great,” he said.

“We are all great people, we are all equal. But sometimes, we be playing the politics too much and forgetting who we are just to win.”

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