Kanye West apologizes after doing this at a Broadway performance

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A new musical about Cher opened on Broadway but it was Kanye West who grabbed headlines when a performer complained about the rapper texting during opening night. Despite obvious audience conduct rules, West was spotted using his phone during the opening night performance - and the actor playing Sonny Bono called him out on it. But West, "the voice of a generation" who once said his biggest regret was that he would never get to see himself perform live, was reportedly preoccupied for much of the performance. "We're going to work on the other parts".

As of now, Spector has not responded to Kanye's tweet. 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. From there it's off to the races, as we're quickly treated to a fairly fast-paced version of the highlights of the next section of her life: global success, the Vegas shows, The Sonny and Cher Show, a baby.

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"I can't take it @cher is seriously the most unbelievable lovely person ever!" the reality TV star tweeted at the time.

Indeed, Monday was the opening night of a show about the life of pop star and political activist Cher.

West took the criticism in stride, and praised the show as he apologized for his "lack of etiquette". 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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