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Kanye West shares cryptic post after being accused of punching fan in the face

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KANYE West has shared a cryptic new post on Instagram after he was accused of punching a fan in the face. Alongside the snap - which appeared to be an animal that had been skinned - Kanye wrote: "MY LIFE WAS NEVER EAZY." The rapper, 44, is said to be under investigation after he punched a man twice as he left a downtown Los Angeles club, according to TMZ.

Ye is said to have become annoyed after he asked the small group of waiting fans not take photos. TMZ reports that one fan replied with: "It's ok, we all go through family stuff." Kanye is then said to have launched two punches at the man, who fell to the floor.

The reported incident took place at around 3am and in a clip posted on TMZ Kanye can be heard shouting "get away from me" at a woman, said to be his cousin, trying to calm him down.

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