Watch: Kanye West Slaughters Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Before Kanye West performed at a concert in Glastonbury, festival goers petitioned to cancel West as a  headliner for the concert and get a rock band instead.  West did not get canceled as headliner and for a few minutes at least, West performed a horrible rendition of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" that actually turned into a festival-wide sing along.

West had his DJ start out with the intro of "Bohemian Rhapsody," while the rapper talk-sang the slightly altered lyrics, "Mama, I just killed a man / Put my gun up to his head / Pulled a trigger, now he's dead." West would frequently trade lines with the audience especially during some high points in the song that was probably better off that the audience sang them. West closed the song with "Nothing really matters" which segued into West's "Can't Tell Me Nothing" song.