On Saturday night (Feb 7th) Los Angeles' world famous House of Blues was the venue for Big Sean's Yahoo! Live performance, which quickly turned into one of the Grammy weekend's most memorable concerts.

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West recently took aim at Nike during a Grammy wekend concert

As well as the Detroit-born rapper, there was an array of all-star guests such as Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, YG, DJ Mustard, Travi$ Scott, J. Cole and Meek Mil in attendance, but even with all that star power, it was Kanye West who stole the show.

However, West didn't exactly make his presence known from a performance, the 37-year-old rapper left quite the impression on the surprised crowd after slamming Nike in one of his infamous onstage rants.

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Over the last few days West has been promoting the upcoming release of his brand new Yeezy 3 sneakers, which are being designed in collaboration with Adidas, so it seems he felt this was a good opportunity to take aim at the rival shoe brand.

"I just want to talk to Portland right quick. Everybody at the Nike office right quick," West said before addressing Jay Z in the crowd. "Hov, I ain't going to talk too long, but I got to say something. 'Cause I know the execs are saying 'Nike ain't scared of Kanye West.' Should Nike be scared of Kanye West?"

And when West's track 'New Slaves' began to play, he added, "Y'all should thank Nike because they made me make these songs right here."

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'Ye previously collaborated with Nike for the release of his first two Yeezy sneakers before their partnership came to a bitter end.