Kanye West Just Debuted A Bizarre New Dance & The Internet Is Losing It
13 November 2018, 12:46 | Updated: 13 November 2018, 14:11
The 'I Like It' rapper performed on stage alongside his 'Kids See Ghosts' collaborator Kid Cudi at Camp Flag Gnaw - and brought with him some interesting dance moves.
Kanye West and Kid Cudi were the closing act at Camp Flag Gnaw in Los Angeles this weekend, following the success of their collaborative LP 'Kids See Ghosts'.
The duo performed a number of hits from their joint project - as well as a few old classics - in a giant glass box suspended above the crowd.
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And while Cudi got the crowd going with some of his solo material, Kanye was more than happy to serve as his hype man. It was at this point he debuted some interesting new dance moves.
The 41-year-old rapper jolted and jumped across the stage, and fans couldn't help but wonder what inspired Ye's new moves. Check out some of the funniest reactions below.
The way @kanyewest was dancing on that KSG set is how I dance when I’m in the club— Matthew (@Tentronic) November 12, 2018
@kanyewest took dancing lessons from dj khaled https://t.co/Cup7kQjmcN— Clout Cobain (@syrup_sandwich) November 12, 2018
Kanye West dancing at Kids See Ghost set was hella fckin weird lol... i still fcks with the music and everything else tho🤟🏽— cj (@cjbruhhh) November 13, 2018
Coldest dancing I’ve seen in awhile! This is very tribal.. I felt that as an African, I can tell you went to Africa Ye. Can’t wait for the album this month!! @kanyewest pic.twitter.com/byQIRZTCry— KING DEEZY🤴🏾 (@KingDeezyLV) November 13, 2018
@kanyewest stick to ruining your legacy bruh you butt at dancing 😂😂 https://t.co/zH81ukVtvI— 𖤐₆⁶₆FLAWX₆⁶₆𖤐 (@Eddie_Flvcko) November 12, 2018
Why is kanye out here dancing like a demon is whoopin his ass with a belt— Austin-Jamal Butler (@killnory) November 12, 2018
Kanye and Cudi's set was met with criticism from some, however. Singer Lorde accused the pair of copying her set design from her Melodrama tour and 2017 Coachella performance.
“I’m proud of the work I do and it’s flattering when other artists feel inspired by it, to the extent that they choose to try it on themselves," she wrote on Instagram. "But don’t steal—not from women or anyone else—not in 2018 or ever."