Kanye West clashes with paparazzi again – watch

'Don't talk ever again,' fumes rapper to photographer

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Kanye West has had another clash with paparazzi captured on camera – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch.

Video footage of the rapper lashing out at a photographer after he was snapped banging his head on a street sign surfaced online in May of this year, with West ranting: "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."

Now, footage of a TMZ photographer arguing with West at an airport in LA has appeared online. After the snapper told West he was a big fan of his work, he replied: "I appreciate that but don't talk. Don't talk to me. I don't want to hear paparazzi talk to me or anybody I know."

He went on to say: "Don't talk to me at all and don't talk to anyone I know at all, and tell everybody, never talk to anyone that anyone knows. Don't talk to themselves, don't talk ever again." West then tried to grab the paparazzi's camera after he continued to talk to him and ask questions about the possibility of a 'Watch The Throne' sequel with Jay-Z.

Kanye West released his highly-anticipated 'Yeezus' album last month, with the record subsequently entering the Official UK Album Chart at Number One. Earlier this week, he fired off a Twitter rant after the video for his single 'Black Skinhead' was leaked online.



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