We鈥檝e witnessed Justin Bieber have numerous on-stage meltdowns. We鈥檝e seen Britney Spears shave her head and attack the paparazzi (a moment we鈥檙e likely to relive in her upcoming biopic). Basically, we鈥檝e grown pretty accustomed to stars, well, completely freaking out, but this week, Kanye West has managed to push the tantrum bar so high that even his fans are beginning to flee.

attends the "Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2, 2016 in New York City.

Only a couple of days after his headline-making pro Trump comments, Yeezus is now back in the news for delivering an eyebrow-raising sermon at yesterday鈥檚 Sacramento show, which left fans booing and cursing the artist. Just 30 minutes into his Saint Pablo Tour set, the 39-year-old seriously pissed off the 13,000 fans in attendance when he went on a bizarre rant, which saw him taking shots at everyone from Beyonc茅 (!) and Jay Z to Mark Zuckerberg, before dropping his mic and storming off stage, cutting the concert seriously short.

But what could possibly induce the man who once jumped onstage to defend her honor when he felt she was slighted at the VMAs (and famously ruining Taylor Swift鈥檚 big moment in the process) to turn on his beloved Bey? 鈥淏eyonc茅, I was hurt,鈥 Kanye began. 鈥淚 heard that you said you wouldn鈥檛 perform unless you won (the VMAs) Video of the Year over me and 鈥楬otline Bling,'鈥 he said.

After then telling the crowd that Bey and Taylor Swift are great (wait, what?!), Kanye turned his sights on Jay Z, proclaiming: 鈥淓ven at the risk of my own success, my own career. I鈥檝e been sitting here to give y鈥檃ll the truth! Jay Z, call me, bro! You still ain鈥檛 calling me鈥 I know you got killers. Please don鈥檛 send them at my head. Just call me. Talk to me like a man!鈥

Political references followed, as did mention of Hillary Clinton and the fact that Google, Facebook and other social media platforms are lying to us. Yeezy even found time to criticize Mark Zuckerberg for not lending him money to pay off his debt (he asked the social media mogul for $1 billion back in February over Twitter). Seriously, the whole thing is 15 minutes of pure weirdness and no, we don鈥檛 get it either. Fans left the venue chanting 鈥淔***, Kanye鈥 and it wasn鈥檛 long before #KanyeIsOver began trending on Twitter.

Not everyone was feeling the hate, however. As some fans pointed out, this isn鈥檛 the first time Kanye has gone off the deep end, and, in the past, his words have never really affected his popularity.

Others, like聽@maxbaroi, even went as far as to dub the speech a performance piece, which may very well be the case. Kanye seemed to be perfectly aware of what he was doing, as he proclaimed, 鈥淕et ready to have a field day, press, because the show鈥檚 over!鈥 right before leaving.

We, for one, wouldn鈥檛 particularly miss the tantrums if this one did actually stick (which, considering the wrath of the Beyhive after #BeckyGate, it just might) 鈥 maybe some time off is just what Kanye needs to heal.

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