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Video: Kanye West Takes a Hard Tumble on the Stage

August 12, 2011 (3:45 am) GMT
Flashes from camera phones quickly illuminate the stage when the 'Otis' rapper tripped over and fell flat on his back during a performance of 'All of the Lights' at a concert in Bergen, Norway.
Video: Kanye West Takes a Hard Tumble on the Stage

has found himself in an embarrassing situation in the middle of a recent concert. The "Heartless" hitmaker was performing "All of the Lights" in front of a crowd in Bergen, Norway when he took a nasty spill on the stage. To make matter worse, his embarrassing moment on-stage was caught on tape.

On Tuesday, August 9, Yeezy looked energetic when taking the stage at the Bergen Calling festival. Wearing white shirt and a pair of jeans, he hopped around the platform. At some point however, he tripped over himself and felt flat on his back, sending his feet up in the air and flashes from camera phones illuminating the stage.

While the show continued without another hitch, Yeezy's mishap on the stage drew comments from a number of Twitter users. One tweep wrote, "hold on HA how did he fall he doesn't dance." Another one said, "My stomach is killing me from laughing so hard!"

Before the fall, Yeezy shared to the crowd, "It feels so good to come by here and rock y'all tonight. We come to make sure you all have a good time cause so many bad things have happened. I'm so thankful to have my voice back and I want to thank everyone. '' is No. 1 in 23 countries with no press or promotion."

The MC, who collaborates with on new single "Otis", also made use of the occasion to take a jab at the media. "You know how I feel about the press. I hate the press," he said. "They try to take my s**t out of context. They try to demonize me, but it don't matter because my fans are always here."



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