The rapper was watching the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets game in Oakland, California
Kanye West attended a basketball game in California on Wednesday (May 27), where he was booed by the crowd.
West, who is expected to release a new album later this year, was at the Oracle Arena in Oakland to see the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets compete in Game Six of the West Conference Finals. Spectators in the stadium later took to social media to describe how West was booed an announcer confirmed his attendance over the PA. West reportedly shrugged following the incident. He was later pictured smiling as the Golden State Warriors won the game 104-90.
Meanwhile Paul McCartney recently discussed his collaborations with Kanye West, describing himself as feeling “lucky” and “flattered” to be working with the hip-hop star. McCartney told The Evening Standard: “It’s good to connect with different artists. The secret is I keep myself very open to suggestions – I still feel like I’m about 30…. I’m lucky that someone like Kanye would go, ‘Yes I would like to work with Paul McCartney’. I was quite flattered.”
McCartney previously compared collaborating with West to working with John Lennon. He told The Sun, “When I wrote with John, he would sit down with a guitar… We’d ping-pong till we had a song. [Working with West] was like that.”