Kanye West

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Don't mess with Kanye West—particularly, during his concerts.

The 36-year-old rapper is making headlines after kicking out a heckling fan from his Yeezus show in San Antonio, Texas on Sunday, Nov. 8, and, of course, the entire incident was caught on video.

While performing one his tunes and wearing his Maison Martin Margiela-created mask that covers his entire face, Kim Kardashian's man became increasing irritated as a female fan repeatedly screams at 'Ye to "take it [the mask] off."

"Now, you can see my face on the Internet, every motherf--king day," the "Blood on the Leaves" rapper says as he approaches the screaming crowd of fans (the man has a point). "I came here, I open up a mountain...and you tryin' to tell me how to give you my art."

Clearly, the heckler didn't get the point, as Yeezy is shown giving his security guard the hand signal to throw the woman out of the show in an Instagram video captured by a fellow concertgoer before launching into his final rant.

"Do I look like a motherf--king comedian?" he shouted. "Don't f--king heckle me. I'm Kanye motherf--king West."

Earlier this week, West found himself on the receiving end of rampant criticism after a fake interview surfaced over the weekend which claimed the outspoken rapper called himself "the next Nelson Mandela."

He debunked the doctored dialogue and defended himself on Twitter, while paying tribute to the 95-year-old South African leader.

Respect to Mandela, his family and his legacy," North West's dad wrote. "Despite recent media reports, I've never said anything to dishonor or trivialize the life or transition of one of the most inspiring leaders."

Despite the unfortunate interaction in San Antonio, West took the time to meet with a fan following his show in New Orleans on Thursday, Dec. 5 after his fiancée Kim Kardashian invited the lucky concertgoer to sit with her in VIP to watch 'Ye perform.

Kanye is scheduled to perform tonight with rapper Kendrick Lamar at the U.S. Airways Center in Phoenix, Ariz.

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