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Kanye West Has A Bizarre 2015 Billboard Music Awards Performance That Leaves Fans Confused

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May 18 2015, Published 2:27 p.m. ET

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Was Kanye West even on stage Sunday night? That is the question many fans are probably asking themselves, after the rapper closed the 2015 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas with a bizarre performance.

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To start off, it was hard to even see him, as his 5 minute and 18 second set was overtaken by pyrotechnics.

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And he didn’t help matters by wearing an all-black outfit, complete with a bullet-proof vest.

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Yeezy performed “All Day” from his upcoming album, Swish, in addition to “Black Skinhead,” which is on his Yeezus album.

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In addition to barely being able to see him, a lot his performance could not be heard, causing some to wonder if there was a technical difficulty.

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But considering “All Day” uses the n-word dozens of times, it seems ABC was afraid of slipping up, and censored over a minute of Kanye’s performance!

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Most fans were displeased, questioning why the network would even have Kanye perform at the Billboard Music Awards if they planned to silence most of his performance.

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