Kanye West Apologizes for Being on His Phone During Cher's New Musical

Kanye West Apologizes for Being on His Phone During Cher's New Musical

He then expressed his "appreciation" for the show and called it a masterpiece. That, and the fact that Cher herself attended opening night, and even joined the cast onstage for a song.

It's not the first time West's behaviour has raised eyebrows in recent months, with the rapper criticised for a freaky appearance on Saturday Night Live in September.

What's more, West's cellphone activity doesn't seem to have affected Cher's enjoyment of the performance.

West later met with Mr Trump in the White House in front of reporters and has tweeted his support of the U.S. president on multiple occasions. Please pardon my lack of etiquette.

Another Twitter user commented that West was fortunate not to be called out in person, writing: "often on Broadway a star actually stops the show to ask people to put away their phones".

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Among them were Kim Kardashian and her husband, Kanye West. They can not put them down.

Last night, Spector made headlines after name-dropping Ye for using his phone during the live performance.

Asked if she speaks to telemarketers, she told talk show host Jimmy Kimmel: "All the time".

"I am so defeated by this issue that I seriously question whether I want to work on stage anymore".

A little birdie whispered in TMZ's ear and added that Kanye "thought the show was so attractive that, even though he and Kim were scheduled to leave during intermission, they pushed their flight back so they could catch the end of the show". The subject of the musical, known for her own plentiful tweets, has yet to weigh in on West's faux pas.

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