Kanye West is booed by crowd as he attends Super Bowl with his kids

Kanye West is booed by crowd as he attends Super Bowl with his kids

Kanye West was met with thousands of boos from spectators as he sat with his kids to watch this year's Super Bowl game.

During the match between Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams, the 44-year-old rapper received a hostile reception as he appeared on the jumbotron at the SoFi stadium.

The billionaire artist was sitting with his eight-year-old daughter North and six-year-old son Saint while sporting a black mask covering his face when he was on the big screen - though he eventually took the mask off later on.

The frosty response from spectators comes after West posted a series of photos to Instagram (which have since been removed) where he continued his beef with SNL comedian Pete Davidson who is dating his ex and mother of his four children, Kim Kardashian.

One of the posts included an edited poster from the Marvel film "Captain America: Civil War" where the superheroes were replaced with faces of celebrities. West replaced Captain America with Drake, Travis Scott, Julia Fox, and Future on his team, while on the opposing side Davidson replaced Iron Man with Kim Kardashian, Kid Cudi, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift on his team.

He also posted how Davidson will "never" meet his children along with an image of what appears to be an alleged text from Davidson under the contact name "Pete" insisting he would "never get in the way" of West's children.

Meanwhile, in response to the footage, some people were amused at the fact West got booed when his face appeared on the jumbotron.

While others felt that the booing was uncalled for - given the fact that two of his children were sitting next to him when it occurred.

West recently announced a new album titled "DONDA 2" which is expected to be released on February 22nd this year, the upcoming release of his eleventh studio album comes after his previous album "DONDA" which dropped in August last year.

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