Don’t mess with Paul Stanley. The Kiss singer-guitarist didn’t mince words when it came to expressing his opinion of Kanye West going onstage during Beck’s acceptance of the Album of the Year Grammy on Sunday night. Stanley wrote on Facebook, “Beck should’ve kicked Kanye right in the nuts last night and said ‘Get the f—k off MY stage!”

Beck himself seems to be taking the incident in stride. Right after West walked on stage, then turned around and walked back to his seat, the singer could be seen mouthing the words “Come back, come back, Where are you going?" to the rapper. To see the incident again, check out the Vine at the bottom of this post.

Ever the gentleman, Beck went on to tell Us Weekly, “I was just so excited he was coming up. He deserves to be on stage as much as anybody. How many great records has he put out in the last five years right?”

While it appeared that Kanye was poking fun at his own incident where he stormed the stage during Taylor Swift's win at the MTV Video Music Awards a few years back, the rapper later showed his true intent in a post Grammys interview, when he said, "Beck needs to respect artistry, he should have given his award to Beyoncé. At this point, we tired of it. What happens is, when you keep on diminishing art, and not respecting the craft, and smacking people in the face after they deliver monumental feats of music, you’re disrespectful to inspiration."

Clearly, the incident still isn’t sitting well with Stanley. Just today, the singer posted a new comment on his Facebook page, taking a more of a direct jab at West. He shared the picture below with his fans adding the caption, "Hmmm...I can think of a few other ways. #Kanye."

Kanye West Interrupts Beck's Album of the Year Acceptance

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