Kayne West is at it again when it comes to taking control of the microphone. During a recent flight from Minneapolis to New York City, the passengers became a captive audience for West, according to the website NME.
West, who had been sitting in first class, came on the in-flight speaker system about a half hour into the Delta flight. He rapped a few of his songs for the passengers. Because there were kids on the flight, West kept the songs free of profanity.
See the video HERE as the passengers aboard this flight became a captive audience to a Kayne West concert at 30,000 feet!
This is not the first time West has taken over a microphone and surprised an audience. He infamous interruption of Taylor Swift’s victory speech at the MTV awards was not a welcome interruption.
From the cheering sounds of the passengers aboard the Delta flight after West was finished with “The Good Life,” and “Gold Digger,” this was a welcomed interruption.
Unlike the MTV grabbing of the microphone, he was thanked for this interruption. The man is so full of energy, not to mention brave. As you can hear on this video, he did his rapping free style with no help at all from background tracks!
West gave the passengers something to talk about for a long time. They will be telling their stories of how they become Kayne West’s captive audience, which was a pleasing event, as heard from the cheers!
Reference: NME First For Music