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Kanye walks into street sign, scolds paparazzi

13 May 2013, 14:41

Los Angeles - Kanye West lashed out at photographers after bashing his head into a street sign.

The rapper - who will welcome his first child with his reality TV star girlfriend Kim Kardashian in early July - launched a furious verbal attack on paparazzi after he accidentally walked into a metal sign post while house hunting with the reality TV star in Los Angeles on Friday.

The 35-year-old Grammy-winner immediately exploded at bystanders, ranting: "Stop taking fucking pictures."

Small gash

He was then ushered inside a restaurant by a concerned Kim, 32, but soon emerged to explode at photographers again and was caught on camera by TMZ.com repeatedly screaming: "Don't take another fucking photo man. Don't take another fucking man. Don't take no photos. Stop it. All of you motherfuckers stop it."

Kanye was spotted in Beverly Hills on Saturday morning sporting a small gash and bruise on his forehead from his run-in with the sign.

The couple of more than one year are frantically searching for a new home to rent after being told that renovations on their recently purchased $9m property in Bel Air will not be completed in time for them to move in ahead of the birth of their baby.

Kim sold her five-bedroom, 4 000 square foot home in Beverly Hills earlier this year to move in with Kanye.

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