To make matters worse, a concert goer crashed the stage during his performance.
The petition was circulated earlier this year when Glastonbury headliners were announced. At least count (June 28), it had received 134,832 signatures on the Web site change.org.
“Kanye West is an insult to music fans all over the world. We spend hundreds of pounds to attend glasto, and by doing so, expect a certain level of entertainment,” the petition preamble said.
“Lets prevent this musical injustice now!” it concludes.
The petition is not too surprising since Glastonbury traditionally has been a rock music festival. Fans also grumbled about Beyoncé when she performed there in 2011.
Crosby’s remarks were far more pointed. He slammed West in an interview Friday (June 26), repeating similar criticism he leveled at the artist last March.
During the latest interview, he was asked about his remarks and whether he still stood by them. “He’s a poser. I’m not backing off it,” the music legend said.
“Kanye West can’t write, sing or play, so I have trouble with him as anything but a poser,” he added.
West suffered another insult during his show when a man identified as Lee Nelson, a UK comedian, was able to get past security and burst onto the stage while Kanye performed “Black Skinhead.”
Kanye clearly seemed upset while the man failed his arms in a mock rap, wearing a tee-shirt emblazoned with “Lee-Zus,” a play on his name and West’s album “Yeezus.”
Nelson was finally hustled off the stage and Kanye went on with his performance.
“Glastonbury 2015! Craziest show ever!!!!” wife Kim Kardashian later tweeted. She’s got that right.
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