Kanye West opened more than he intended when he performed at the first stop for his Yeezus tour on Oct. 19.
West suffered a wardrobe malfunction during his performance at Seattle's Key Arena.
The Chicago rapper was wearing a black Martin Margiela rhinestone mask with a nylon flight jacket and khaki pants. Unbeknownst to the New Slaves rapper, his pants ripped at the crotch. The fashion mishap revealed he was wearing black underwear.
View a close-up photo of West's wardrobe malfunction here.
West continued to sing his song as if nothing happened and later shocked fans when he had a man dressed as Jesus join him on stage. When the lookalike appeared West asked, "White Jesus, is that you? ... Oh, s***!" The father to Kim Kardashian's daughter North West then performed his 2004 hit single, Jesus Walks.
West's wardrobe malfunction must not have been the only issue that occurred that night. It was announced the next day that his second stop of his new Yeezus tour in Vancouver was cancelled due to "technical issues."
West already rescheduled Sunday's concert to October 31. The new date follows news that his fans were disappointed when his Seattle concert began two hours later than originally scheduled. A security guard told MTV News that West's elaborate concert stage production took longer than planned.