Kanye West is reportedly removed from the Grammy this year.
The decision was made due to West“On Online Behavior,” according to The Blast, which first reported the story.
It says the rapper, now known as Ye, was told on Friday that he would no longer be performing at the concert. Grammy show to be held on Sunday, April 3 in Los Angeles (early hours of Monday, April 4, British time).
A West spokesman confirmed the Blast article to the Associated Press and Variety, but did not comment.
This comes after the 44-year-old music star was temporarily blocked by Instagram for violating the rules of harassment on the platform.
He also reportedly published a racial insult to Trevor Noah, Davidson’s comedy writing partner and host of The Daily Show, which is also set to host the Grammys.
At The Daily Show last week, Noah called West’s behavior “increasingly militant.”
He said: “What we see here is one of the most influential, one of the richest women in the world, who can’t get her ex to stop texting her, to stop stalking her, to stop stalking her. harassment. “
On Sunday, Noah tweeted:
Artists including Billie Eilish, BTS, Lil Nas X and Olivia Rodrigo are among the Grammy-confirmed artists.
West, whose album Donda was named album of the year, was not named artist before the show.
Sky News contacted the Grammy Awards recording academy for comment.
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