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He's At It Again! Kanye West Goes Berserk On Photog At LAX

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Jul. 19 2013, Published 6:55 p.m. ET

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You won't like him when he's angry.

Kanye West flipped out on a photographer at LAX on Friday afternoon and RadarOnline.com has the photos.

According to reports, the pap's injuries were so bad that paramedics were allegedly called to the scene.

Kanye "shoved the photog to the ground and yelled at him after trying to take a few snaps," the photo agency claims.

"Kanye came out of the terminal and attacked the videographer by allegedly grabbing his shoulders and punched him. The paramedics were called to the scene and the victim was rushed to the hospital."

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Baby mama Kim Kardashian and daughter North were not on the scene.

Kanye was reportedly leaving the terminal with a bodyguard when one photographer started peppering him with questions. Kanye famously warned an inquisitive photographer last week, "Don't talk to me ever," so he wasn't happy to have his demands ignored.

The new dad has a history of attacking paps in recent months: Back in May, Kanye went on a verbal rampage against one photographer after he cracked his head on a street sign.

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One possible reason he's in a bad mood these days? Kanye was reportedly "outraged" about Kris Jenner showing off photos of baby North on the Today show set, as RadarOnline.com reported.

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