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Kanye booed again

Published 06/07/2014

Kanye West
Kanye West

Kanye was booed for the second night running at the Wireless Festival.

The rapper upset the audience in London on Friday night when he interrupted his set to rant for 20 minutes about the fashion industry.

When he took the stage on Saturday night, the star apparently unleashed yet another rant at the crowd.

"The only reason I'm on this stage right now is because y'all my clique," he said, according to UK newspaper The Mirror. "You know I go to the studio till 3am so you can listen to the music in your car."

Unfortunately for Kanye, the festival-goers at London's Finsbury Park didn’t like his speech and reportedly began to yell "we want Drake!"

He then asked for the big side screens to be switched off, meaning most of the audience wasn’t able to see him.

"I'm very shy in real life," he later told the crowd to an apparent chorus of boos. "Because I'm too shy to put out some b******t. Sometimes it's hard because I'm too shy to carry off a lot. I'm arrogant and shy and a little bit lazy. I'm too lazy to lie to you. I'm too arrogant to lie to you."

Kanye then apparently started talking about his image when the crowd starting chanting for Drake again.

This follows on Friday night’s debacle, when the 37-year-old told the crowd he felt the fashion industry was prejudiced against him.

"I'm not going to mention any names but... Nike, Louis Vuitton and Gucci. Don't discriminate against me 'cos I'm a black man making music. F*** saving face and what it's supposed to mean, it's about living my dream," he said, according to the Daily Mail.

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