Kanye West threatens to 'fuck up' fan at Watch The Throne gig in Paris

Rapper rages after punter shines laser in his face

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Kanye West threatened to "fuck up" a fan during an expletive-filled rant at a Watch The Throne gig in Paris – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch.

The rapper was enraged when a punter shone a laser pointer at the stage and snapped: "Don't fuck with the laser back there. Don't fuck with anybody's show."

But, as the fan carried on using the laser, West then stopped the music for the duo’s next song after the opening bars and, as the crowd booed, shouted:

We don't fuck around like that. You're going to get fucked up and kicked out and all of that shit. So chill the fuck out.



The hp-hop star has clashed with unruly gig audiences before – in December last year, he threatened to throw out a whole section of the crowd at a show in Washington after one fan threw a number of business cards onto the stage.

Both West and his Watch The Throne cohort Jay-Z are set to return to the UK with their live show later this month. The duo will play Manchester's Evening News Arena on June 11 and 12, Birmingham's LG Arena on June 13 and 22 and Sheffield Motorpoint Arena on June 21.

To check the availability of Kanye West/Jay-Z tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.



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