Kanye West throws his microphone during the Donda 2 live event amid sound issues

Kanye West was seen throwing his microphone to the ground as he was plagued by audio problems in Donda 2 events in Miami.

On Tuesday (February 22), the 44-year-old rapper, who legally changed his name to Ye last year, held a listening party for the sequel to his 10th album, 2021. Donda.

After releasing all new songs from Donda 2, Ye made all her originals Donda tracks along with a special performance of his new single “City of Gods”, featuring Alicia key and Fivio Foreign.

While rapper “Eazy” performed Donda follow “Jail 2” with Marilyn Mansonthere was a noticeable glitch in the mic sound, to which Ye responded by throwing the mic on the ground.

Immediately after that moment, fans started creating memes about it on social media.

“Sound team going to jail tonight #DONDA2 #KanyeWest # let’s go ahead and throw that mic again,” one person wrote.

During her performance, Ye was joined by a number of guests, including rappers Jack Harlow, Pusha T, Alicia Keys and Migos.

Accused rapist Manson was there to perform “Jail 2” from Donda, also featured a charming rapper DaBaby.

Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has been accused by multiple women of rape, assault, and physical and psychological abuse. He denies all the charges against him.

Ye’s fans are also disappointed that the rapper didn’t keep his promise release Donda 2 online on February 22nd.

Follow our live blog about Donda 2 listening side this.

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Tom Vazquez

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