While singing 'Touch the Sky', Yeezy throws off the crowd that comes to watch him by letting off steam right onstage.
Just a couple of days after ranting on the Grammys, Justin Timberlake's "Suit & Tie" and even President Barack Obama, Kanye West vented out more anger onstage at his concert on Sunday, February 24 at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. West surprised the crowd by closing the show with a series of screams towards the end of his "Touch the Sky" performance, capping it off by throwing his mic before walking offstage.
The 35-year-old father-to-be was reportedly frustrated with the set production and sound problem which had caused him to let off steam right in front of his audience. The apparent frustration was quite intense that Yeezy threw the mic strong enough for it to come off the stage and graze the arm of one of the audience members but fortunately the fan was not seriously injured.
This latest fit of anger follows the frustration he recently voiced out about his "Ni**as in Paris" collaborator Jay-Z for teaming up with JT in "Suit & Tie". He also lashed out at the crash commercialism that is enveloping the music business, indirectly singling out Beyonce Knowles' Pepsi endorsement and JT's deal with top designer Tom Ford.
Over the years, West has exhibited similar expressions of agitation in public, once during the Bonnaroo festival in 2008 when he went onstage terribly beyond the call time and cut his performance short after he felt he wasn't given time to properly set up his glow in the dark show. The year after that, he interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at MTV VMAs in protest that Beyonce should have won the award instead of Swift.