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Kanye West Brings 'yeezus' To The Wells Fargo Center












(Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File) Travel Deals Dan DeLuca, Inquirer Music Critic Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2013, 12:42 AM After several show postponements and cancellations due to equipment being damaged in a truck accident, Kanye West got his 'Yeezus' tour up and running again at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night. In a boldly unorthodox 2 hour 20 minute show that felt much longer, the rapping provocateur donned a series of masks, brought along his own mountain to the South Philadelphia arena Kim Kardashian full sex tape free and schooled the audience on the Willie Lynch Theory during his song "Runaway," at one point explaining how Kanye has to be Kanye thusly: "They beat that slave until he behave. But I don't want to behave. I just want to be me." He added that "If you're a fan of Kanye West, you're a fan of yourself." And oh yeah, Yeezus also said hello to an actor dressed as Jesus, who he addressed as "White Jesus." Kendrick Lamar opened. West's set list is below. <br>Full story: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/inthemix/Kanye-West-brings-Yeezus-to-the-Wells-Fargo-Center.html





'SNL' Recap: Lady Gaga Spars With Kanye West Over Fashion (Video)





This ain't no Kris Humphries, basketball wife Kim," he declared. "I turned this woman into an artist. A philosopher. An intergalactic icon of creativity." "And I'm blond now!" Pedrad as Kardashian joked. Nasim Pedrad and Jay Pharoah as Kim and Kanye on SNL. <br>Full story: http://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/news/lady-gaga-helps-spoof-kim-kardashian-and-kanye-west-on-saturday-night-live-20131711





'Yeezus' Resurrected as Kanye West Resumes Tour in Philadelphia





I am a genius. I am a god." West also made fun of the Apple Store employee for not being stylish, to which Gaga responded "I think people who try too hard with their outfits are hiding something." Gaga stared into the camera for a few moments to emphasize the irony of Lady Gaga saying such a thing and got big applause from the audience. During her opening monologue, Gaga played off the idea that she craves applause so much that she would take it in any form even "cheap applause" that comes from saying things like "it's great to be in New York" and "can I hear it from the ladies?" PHOTOS: Lady Gagas Most Memorable Fashion Moments SNL tackled the controversy surrounding Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who has admitted to smoking crack. After an apology tour that turned sour, Ford (Bobby Moynihan) found his way to CBS' 60 Minutes. Lara Logan (Kate McKinnon), who in real life has come under fire for a controversial report on the 2012 Benghazi attack, blindly believed everything Ford told her, and introduced the mayor to the audience as a "Patriot, hero, role model." Keeping on the political tip, a digital short advertised an anti-depressant for commanders in chief, with President Barack Obama (Pharoah) suffering from the second term blues. PHOTOS: From Live TV to the Big Screen: 12 'SNL' Sketches Made Into Movies "You'll feel like your giving a speech on a college campus in 2008, or getting Bin Laden, all over again," the ad's voiceover said. Paxil Second Term Strength treats a range of systems, such as Benghazi, the NSA scandal, that time Jay Z and Beyonce went to Cuba, and Obamacare website problems. <br>Full story: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/snl-recap-lady-gaga-spars-656766





Lady Gaga Helps Spoof Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on Saturday Night Live





On "Coldest Winter," which West explained was written about his mothers untimely passing, he lay sprawled on the stage, which had been tilted upwards to resemble a jagged cliff. As he performed the song, manufactured snow drifted down, heightening the sense of West's despair. By contrast, the booming "Black Skinhead" was played at such a loud volume that the arena shook as West proved an animated showman, whipping his entire body with the beat. As with previous stops, the whole show was high concept, with a stage built to look like a gigantic mountain. For most of the evening, West wore a variety of masks that obscured his face entirely. <br>Full story: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/yeezus-resurrected-as-kanye-west-resumes-tour-in-philadelphia-20131117



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