n a case of adding insult to injury, Kanye West’s music has been banned by Sacramento radio station Hot 103.5 following his show in the city last week.
Yeezy’s now-infamous show in Sacramento saw him perform just three songs before descending into a viral rant where he talked about topics like Jay Z, Beyonce and Donald Trump. Once he was finished speaking, he abruptly finished the concert.
Justin “JayMarZZ” Marshall, who is the music director at the station, explained the decision to ax Kanye’s music from their airwaves. During a broadcast he said: “Everybody came out to have a great time Saturday night. A lot of fans in the building, a lot of people had spent a lot of hard earned money, bro. A lot of hard earned time – time, time, time. Time is something we can’t get back. Everyone can get a refund back, but you can’t get your time back,” according to KXTV.
“You can’t get the emotion back that you were gonna put into that show, to watch someone that you love. The person you buy their music to perform. This is called ‘a moment,’ folks. These are what make our lives. Moments and memories to share with each other and stuff, and he took that from people Saturday night.”
It’s a move that could be somewhat callous given that Kanye West has since been hospitalized for temporary psychosis brought on by lack of sleep and dehydration, forcing him to cancel his remaining tour dates — but it seems like they’re standing by their decision for now.