Kanye West hit "Saturday Night Live" this weekend for a performance of two tracks. The rapper was the musical guest on Saturday night's episode, hosted by Ben Affleck.
West took the stage to perform "New Slaves" and "Black Skinhead" during the episode. Censors seemed to miss a number of choice words, as West was audibly heard using the n-word during both songs.
The performance was the second big Kanye stunt in as many days. The 35-year-old rapper premiered "New Slaves," by projecting audio and video for the song on the sides of buildings across the world.
At a recent performance, West shot down rumors that he would participate in a sketch on the show. "Someone asked me, 'When you do 'SNL,' are you going to do a skit about the paparazzi and humanize yourself?'" West said during the show on Wednesday, referencing a recent run-in with the paparazzi. "What the f--k do I have to apologize for? When did I become inhuman? Or was it them demonizing me and harassing me that made me less than human?"
The episode also marked the end of cast member Bill Hader's run with the program. The season finale was Hader's last episode of "SNL," after eight years on the show.
The album artwork for West's upcoming "Yeezus" album was also released this weekend. The gold-adorned album will hit stores on June 18.
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