Kanye West believes artists are 'stealing his stages'
Kanye West believes artists are "stealing" his stage design, and are copying his "original" set
Kanye West believes artists are "stealing" his stage design.
The 'Famous' rapper, who is currently on his Saint Pablo Tour, has revealed he thinks fellow rappers are "copying my s**t", trying to replicate his "stages" and emulating his "original" set design as their own.
The 39-year-old musician turned to the crowd during the Edmonton gig to share his views.
He said: "This the original! Accept no imitations! You with the rap God right now!
"N****s be copying my s**t, bro. Stealing our s**t, stealing our stages. Copying our s**t one-to-one."
Meanwhile, Kanye - who has three-year-old daughter North and 10-month-old son Saint with his wife Kim Kardashian West - interrupted his at the Meadows Music and Arts Festival in New York earlier this month after he heard the news his spouse had been robbed at gunpoint whilst in France during Paris Fashion Week.
Speaking previously at his gig, he said: "I'm sorry, there's a family emergency, I have to stop the show."
However the father of two has returned to the stage on October 7 in his hometown of Chicago, and has rescheduled dates he had to cancel. Kanye's show in Philadelphia, which was due to take place on October 4, is now due to commence on December 13, and the Detroit gig on October 6 has been pushed back to December 22.
And Kanye is solely focusing on his music and current tour because it has been a record breaking success for him.
Speaking previously about the star's tour, an insider said: "The tour is breaking attendance records. It's been amazing for Kanye."