Kanye West Gets Called Out For Being On His Phone During Cher's Broadway Show
On Monday night, Kim Kardashian and her rapper husband, Kanye West, were out in New York City to see the new Broadway production regarding the legendary Cher's life.
However, a cast member, in a now-deleted Tweet, took issue with Kanye who apparently was on his phone during the show's opening night. Their grand opening didn't go quite as expected - is it all Kanye's fault?
While blaming it all on Kanye is definitely extreme, a cast member, Jarrod Spector, took issue with Mr. West, taking to Twitter to call the controversial rapper out, publicly.
On Twitter, Jarrod wrote, "Hey, Kanye West, so cool that you're here! If you look up from your cell phone you'll see us we're doing a show up here!" The star went on to say that it was "kind of a big deal for us," and then sarcastically thanked him for taking the time to show up.
Clearly, Kim and Kanye had great seats in the house if Spector was able to see both of them like that without issue. Either way, some people online took issue with the fact he even "@'d" Kanye to begin with.
"Wouldn't a better thing to do be to just direct message Kanye so as not to embarrass him in front of the whole world?" One person explained. Whether it was the right thing to do or not, Kanye has been in the media for more than one reason lately.
Recently, the Ye artist said on Twitter that he would no longer be mentioning or having anything to do with politics because he realized his influence was being "used" for a message that he didn't agree with.
West may have been referring to the YouTube influencer, Candace Owens, who jumped at the opportunity to hang out with Kanye West, even going to TMZ's offices in California just before his controversial interview with Harvey Levin.
Later on, the rapper did an interview where he talked about how he chose to support Trump, despite the fact African-Americans are "supposed to" always vote Democrat. Nevertheless, in spite of Mr. West's best interests, he just can't seem to keep his name out of headlines, even though he was just out enjoying himself on a Monday night.