Kanye West attacks photographer after banging his head on a street sign – watch

Rapper lets rip a torrent of expletives at paparazzi

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Kanye West lashed out at a photographer after being snapped banging his head on a street sign – you can watch footage of the incident by clicking 'play' below.

The rapper was out walking with his girlfriend Kim Kardashian in Beverly Hills when he bumped his head on a metal street sign. He then shouted at the paparazzi taking pictures of him, before he was ushered into a nearby restaurant, reports TMZ.

Minutes later, West then returned to the street and charged down one photographer and shouted "stop taking fucking photos". He then ranted: "Don't take another fucking photo man. Don't take another fucking man. Don't take no photos. Stop it. All of you motherfuckers stop it."

Last week, Kanye West was spotted on the set of Anchorman: The Legend Continues, prompting speculation that the rapper will appear in a cameo role in the film sequel.

Meanwhile, West recently played a brand new song called 'I Am A God' at the Met Gala in New York. The rapper performed the first taster of his forthcoming new album at the annual fashion event, having recently posted a mysterious tweet which read: "June Eighteen." The rapper updated his Twitter account with the message, leading fans to speculate that June 18 could see the rapper release new material. Just before the tweet it was reported that Kanye has finished recording his new album, the follow-up to 2010's 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'.

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