Videos of Kanye West doing live performances are being taken down for copyright infringement by YouTube. In some cases, the video website is shutting down entire accounts.

Several people took to Twitter to express their frustrations over the videos being taken down, including radio personality Miss Info, Fake Shore Drive founder Andrew Barber and media personality Necole Bitchie.

“Thanks @kanyewest for getting my youtube shut down,” Bitchie writes. “No weapon will form against me.”

“Filed copyright claims on videos I recorded at his show 4 years ago after being invited by his label to cover it,” she continues.

“.@kanyewest can you please holler at IFPI / @YouTube who are deleting my youtube account for live performance videos from 8 years ago,” Barber says.

“the overlords are doing a Kanye cleansing on youtube, but trust Kris would never do a Kardashian kleanse of YT, IG, Pint, FB, HypeHair, nada,” Miss Info writes on her account.

It is unclear if West had anything to do with the removal of the videos.

Others shared pictures of the notices of copyright infringement sent by YouTube to inform users that their videos were being taken down. Multiple strikes will reportedly result in the account being shut down.

On Monday (February 15), West took to Twitter to say that his album, The Life of Pablo, will not be available on any other medium other than the TIDAL streaming service.

The album was illegally downloaded a reported 500,000 times in one day because of its limited availability.

View tweets of people sharing the news that their videos of Kanye West’s live performances were taken down by YouTube below: