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Watch This Kanye West Fan Try to Climb On The ‘Saint Pablo’ Floating Stage

Kanye West Performs in Washington, D.C. on the Saint Pablo Tour
The Washington Post—The Washington Post/Getty Images Kanye West performs at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. as part of his Saint Pablo Tour. West spent the show suspended above the audience, performing on a stage that moved around the arena. (Photo by Kyle Gustafson / For The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Here's how Yeezy responded.

One of the highlights of Kanye West’s buzzy Saint Pablo tour is that he performs the entirety of the concert atop a floating stage, creating a one-of-a-kind experience (and excellent mosh pit opportunities if you happen to be Jonah Hill and Vic Mensa) for the fans who stand beneath.

However, things got complicated at the rapper’s Monday night concert in Atlanta when a zealous Yeezy fan appeared to attempt to climb onto the stage while Ye was performing “Power.” The fan hung onto the side of the stage until Kanye himself stopped his performance to intervene, at which point the fan fell back into the crowd.

Watch the whole episode go down below.

 

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