Kanye West was repeatedly muted during his Billboard Music Awards performance on Sunday, May 17, 2015.
The 37-year old rapper performed his tracks ‘Black Skinhead’ and ‘All Day’ at the star-studded ceremony at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena but was censored throughout due to bad language and was barely visible due to smoke and flames on stage.
The unfortunate incident comes just three months after the controversial musician faced a similar scenario at the BRIT Awards in London, where viewers were unable to hear the majority of his performance due to the broadcaster muting his expletive-ridden rap.
However, elsewhere during the event things ran more smoothly, with energetic performances from Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea who sang their new single, ‘Pretty Girls’, and Kelly Clarkson who debuted her new song, ‘Invincible’.
Taylor Swift was the big winner at the event scooping a total of eight awards, Iggy Azalea and Sam Smith received three prizes each, with One Direction, who made their major red carpet debut as a four-piece at the event, walking away with the Top Duo/Group and Top Touring Artist accolades.

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