Kanye West Graces The Stage In His Hometown During Drake’s Performance On The Summer Sixteen Tour

Drake had a surprise for the audience Wednesday night (July 27), during his Summer Sixteen concert tour stop in Chicago, Ill., but they weren’t expecting it to be Kanye West.

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While Drizzy was giving a pumped performance to his song “Pop Style,” Mr. West rose to the stage in an all white ensemble, paired with his limited edition Air Yeezy’s, and a red ultralight beam, to spit his verses on the track, along with his hits “Famous” and “Father Stretch My Hands Pt.1,” from his album, The Life Of Pablo.

Concert goers are definetly having a beautiful morning following the performance they received last night.

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Kanye also took the stage opportunity to address his continuous beef with America’s sweetheart, Taylor Swift. As his “Famous” soundtrack played in the arena, Kanye yelled, “Now ya’ll can know the truth and can’t nobody talk sh*t about Ye no more.” The DJ stopped the beat after rapping his first few lines, and the crowd chanted the lyrics, “I made that b***h famous.”

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Not sure what the singer’s response will be to this one, but check out the footage from his performance below.

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