Kanye West scuffles with photographer outside LA airport - watch

Rapper tries to grab snapper's camera before holding his hands up and walking away

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Kanye West has had yet another clash with the paparazzi captured on camera - scroll down to the bottom of the page and click 'play' to watch the incident.

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."

Then last week (July 13), footage of a TMZ photographer arguing with West at LAX airport appeared online. After the snapper told West he was a big fan of his work, the rapper 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." When the photographer kept up with his questioning, West tried to grab his camera.

Now, TMZ has posted footage of another incident involving West and the paparazzi, which took place yesterday afternoon (July 19), once again at LAX airport. The video shows West initially trying to ignore questions from a photographer, before appearing to lose his patience and beginning an agitated conversation with the snapper.

The rapper then tries to seize the photographer's camera in a scuffle which sees the paparazzo fall to the ground. After being urged to stop by an onlooker, West holds his hands up and walks away.

Meanwhile, an audio recording which allegedly captures West having a rant just hours after his infamous stage invasion during Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs has recently surfaced. The rapper released his highly-anticipated 'Yeezus' album last month, with the record subsequently entering the Official UK Album Chart at Number One.


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