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Watch: Kanye West Throws Fan Out Of Concert (For Throwing Business Cards)

Written by Brayden Darke on December 21, 2011

Kanye West has thrown a fan out of a concert for throwing business cards onstage during a concert with Jay-Z in Tacoma Dome in the USA.

Yeezy and Jay-Z were performing their album Watch The Throne, when he stopped the show mid performance to exclaim to a section of the crowd “Who’s business card is this?”.

Clearly enraged, he demanded to find out who was responsible, threatening that an entire section of the crowd should be thrown out unless the person admitted to it. “I see it came from that direction, so all four of them got to go. Unless one person raises their hand and says ‘I’m the one who did it’, all that whole section gotta go.”

Eventually someone claimed responsibility, and was removed, and gave an instant cue to the internet to create “Who’s business card is this?” memes. You can watch the video below.

Kanye West will be out here on the Big Day Out 2012 lineup next year.

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