Kanye West Dazzles Delta Flight With Inpromptu Rap

106631727 Kanye West Dazzles Delta Flight With Inpromptu RapKanye West apparently commandeered the in-flight intercom on a Friday flight from Minneapolis to New York last week. “Okay that’s it, thank you God bless you, good night,” he tells passengers in the video at HuffPost, which only catches the very end of his performance of “Gold Digger.”

We’d be remiss if we didn’t point out that Taylor Swift signed a deal to do a promotion with Jet Blue last month, wherein she appears in passenger’s in-seat monitors, in videos that they can’t turn off. Mr. West’s performance was on Delta which, as far as we know, has no in-seat monitors.

Mr. West also reportedly performed “The Good Life.”

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