Despite the uproar surrounding Kanye West’s headlining set at this year’s Glastonbury, the Chicago rapper did perform at the festival’s Pyramid stage last night (June 27).

Not long into his set, British comedian Lee Nelson interrupted Kanye’s performance during the rapper’s rendition of “Black Skinhead.” Despite attempts to carry on, Yeezy halted the performance until Nelson was removed from the stage. He then restarted the Yeezus cut and continued.

Not long after the incident had happened, Lee Nelson took to Twitter to explain his reasoning behind the disruption. The comedian claims that he did it for Taylor Swift as a nod to Kanye West’s interruption of her VMA acceptance speech for Best Female Video in 2009.

In other Kanye West, Glastonbury-related news, the rapper covered Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” towards the end of his set. A video of his rendition of the iconic song can be viewed at the bottom of this article.

In addition, Kanye West’s entire Glastonbury set list can be viewed below, courtesy of HotNewHipHop:

Stronger
Power
Niggas in Paris
Black Skinhead
All Day Cold
Clique
I Don’t Like Mercy
New Slaves
Blood on the Leaves
Heartless
I Wonder
FourFiveSeconds
Woods
Lost in the World
Hold My Liquor
No Church in the Wild
Jesus Walks
Diamonds from Sierra Leone
Bound 2
Runaway
Only One
Touch the Sky
All of the Lights
Good Life
Bohemian Rhapsody
Can’t Tell Me Nothing
Gold Digger
All Falls Down

A video of Lee Nelson interrupting Kanye West’s Glastonbury performance can be viewed below:

In addition, Yeezy’s cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” can be viewed below:

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