Kanye West apologizes after doing this at a Broadway performance

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The rapper was called out, hard, by one of the stars of "The Cher Show" on Monday, after he kept staring at his phone during the opening night performance.

Cape Town - Kanye West has issued an official apology to cast members of The Cher Show after he was spotted on his phone during the performance.

Jarrod Spector took to social media after the performance to chastise Kanye West for his phone use, during the show, saying, "Hey kanyewest so cool that you're here at TheCherShow!".

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However, we're not the only ones to suffer from wardrobe malfunctions. and Kim Kardashian proved that last night.

People, it's simple. You are never allowed on your phone at a broadway show.

"The dynamics of Cher and Sonny's relationship made Kim and I grab each other's hand and sing "I got you babe".

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West apologised, replying to Spector's tweet, "Please pardon my lack of etiquette. He loved the show and was incredibly impressed by the production", read a statement published by the news outlet.

Cher herself made two appearances at the show before its Broadway debut, the most recent on Saturday in NY.

Cher, 72, joined the cast on stage at the end of the show for a rendition of one of her biggest hits, "If I Could Turn Back Time". "I learned so much about her that I didn't know", the 38-year-old mother of three tweeted. In many parts, it was much, much better than I thought it would be.

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