Kanye West Austin Tickets
Kanye West is celebrating the success of his living, breathing and creatively evolving album on the road. The North American trek titled “Saint Pablo” tour will kick off from Indianapolis on August 25 and will keep West on the road till October 29. Topping the Billboard 200, “The Life of Pablo” hit the shelves earlier this year and was released in a rather unusual manner. Its music first featured in a fashion show and later Kanye West made it available on Tidal, a streaming website that inspired millions of fans to sign up for the music service. West will head to the Frank Erwin Center soon, prompting huge sales of Kanye West Austin tickets.
Kanye West’s Most Controversial Moments
In the wake of Kanye West’s 7th hit album “The Life of Pablo” and upcoming Saint Pablo Tour, let’s recall some of his most controversial moments. But before that, buy those Kanye West Austin tickets fast as his concerts are always sold-out events.
West certainly made sure that Taylor Swift never forgets her Best Female Video win at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. Grabbing mic from her during the acceptance speech, he flat out told everyone that Beyonce deserved that award.
West was hours behind schedule on his 2014 Bonnaroo performance and that didn’t sit well with the fans. An angry West blamed the management, calling them ‘Squid Brains’ as his performance was to feature a light show, and the time slot he was given still had some light outside.
During a live fundraising transmission for Hurricane Katrina victims, he ignored the script prepared from him and instead stated, “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” The producer had to cut him off.
At the 2006 MTV Europe Music Awards he stole limelight from the winners Justice vs. Simian, crashing the stage and claiming he deserved the award as his video featured Pamela Anderson and cost him million of dollars.
Calling yourself great is one thing, but claiming “I Am a God” is going too far even by Kanye’s standards. Not only did the song feature on his album “Yeezus” but he shocked everyone when he brought Jesus look-alike on the tour and had the dancers bowing him. He even featured on Rolling Stone Magazine cover wearing symbolic horn crown.