Before Kanye West took the stage Saturday night for his Glastonbury headlining slot, the rapper spent weeks weathering news stories about how nearly 150,000 people signed a petition demanding festival organizers to “cancel Kanye West’s headline slot and get a rock band.” For a few minutes at least, West satisfied that request during his not-canceled set, performing a brief rendition of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” that turned into a festival-wide sing-along.
Early on, during “Black Skinhead,” a British comedian named Lee Nelson, wearing a “Leezus” shirt, ran onstage with microphone in hand and danced along with the Yeezus track, knocking the rapper out of his groove.
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