Kanye West doesn’t do anything quietly does he.
He is now someone who can claim to have been the stage invadee victim and not the stage invader, but that is the very least of what happened to the performer during his set at Glastonbury.
Some people were saying Kanye shouldn't headline Glastonbury so I thought I'd give him a hand. pic.twitter.com/7KFk2kgjsMAdvertisement
— Lee Nelson (@RealLeeNelson) June 27, 2015
Lee Nelson – comedian turned prankster – ran on to the Pyramid stage and even managed to bust a few moves with Kanye before bring dragged off by a security guard.
West tried and failed to sing the lyrics to Bohemian Rhapsody, which of course Twitter and a few million other people noticed and managed to point out.
Just tuned into Kanye West not knowing the words to Bohemian Rhapsody. That was hilarious and embarassing.
— Daniel Vs The World (@danvstheworld) June 27, 2015
Kanye's set allowed us to find the only person in the world that doesn't know the words to bohemian rhapsody though…
— amy (@l0stmyhead_) June 27, 2015
Oh, and the ever modest singer then proclaimed he was the world’s ‘greatest living rock star.’ Ok then Kanye.
His set for the most part did go down well, with critics claiming he more than answered the backlash that accompanied the announcement he was set to be one of the headline acts for the festival, with West being called ‘mad, infuriating, daring, electrifying, ridiculous, original and unwilling to compromise’.
So pretty much everything you would expect from him really. Oh, and there was even a dedication to wife Kim Kardashian in there too. Because of course the free publicity for her would be too much to turn down.