Kanye West once again dedicated 'Hey Mama' for his late mom at London's O2 and couldn't contain himself while still under spotlight.
Still not over his mother's death even after her funeral, Kanye West shed a tear for her again during a performance at London's O2. The rapper who broke down last week for his performance in Paris, once again dedicated a song for his mom and cried towards the end.
West's rendition of 'Hey Mama' brought an emotional atmosphere for both him and the audience. Upon finishing the song West wiped his eyes and covered his face with his hands while standing on the spotlight. The respectful audience then gave him a three minute standing ovation.
"It touched my heart when he sang Hey Mama, I felt for him," an audience told BBC 1Xtra. "It was the best performance I have ever seen him give, and because there was emotion there it was even better than the rest."
The London gig would be the first performance from Kanye since his mother's funeral on November 20. Dr. Donda West died of suspected cosmetic surgery complication on November 10.
Despite heavy media reports that Jay-Z will support Kanye on that performance, the former rapper was a no show. Kanye will assume his 'Graduation' tour tonight in Brighton. Complete tour dates are available on his official site.
Kanye West at London's O2: