Published: Wed, December 05, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kanye West Apologizes For "Lack Of Etiquette" During 'The Cher Show' Performance

Kanye West Apologizes For

Kanye West attended the first night of Broadway musical "The Cher Show" alongside Kim Kardashian West, but it's up in the air whether he actually got anything out of the performance.

People, it's simple. You are never allowed on your phone at a broadway show.

The Times also pointed out Kanye wasn't the only person with their phone on during the performance, with a few forgetful theatregoers reportedly sporting buzzing phones.

But Spector was perfectly within his rights to call out a rude audience member. They can not put them down. I am so defeated by this issue that I seriously question whether I want to work on stage anymore.

That tweet collected over 20,000 likes on the social media platform.

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And a TMZ insider says the disrespectful move of being on his phone was only so he could take notes about how lovely the production was.

Kardashian even dressed as Cher a number of times for Halloween and paid homage to her in a Harper's Bazaar photoshoot past year.

She tweeted after the curtain call, "EVERY ONE IN CAST OF "CHER SHOW" = AS GOOD AS IT GETS".

West - who goes by "Ye" on Twitter - was quick to apologize for his "lack of etiquette," before saying that he had "so much appreciation for the energy you guys put into making this master piece". The subject of the musical, known for her own plentiful tweets, has yet to weigh in on West's faux pas.

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