Kane West and Drake performed together at the Free Larry Hoover concert and the internet had a meltdown
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In addition to all the hype on stage, ex-wife Kim Kardashian attended the show with their daughter North
Kanye directed a line of his song at Kim asking her to run back to him which raised some eyebrows
Kanye West and Drake basically broke the internet when they performed together at the Free Larry Hoover concert.
The pair of superstars appeared alongside a star-studded lineup of artists at the concert in an effort to free Larry Hoover from prison and raise money to reform the prison system.
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Kanye's ex-wife Kim Kardashian brought their daughter North along to watch the act.
The audience of the $10 million show was full of the who's who of entertainment including Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly and Lizzo according to the Daily Mail.
Free Larry Hoover
Larry Hoover was convicted of murder in 1973. He was the notorious leader of one of the largest gangs in America, the Gangster Disciples.
Kanye directs a line of his song at Kim
Kanye directed one of the lines of his song at this ex saying:
"I need you to run right back to me. More specifically, Kimberly."
Social media users took to the internet to react to the performance
Virgil Abloh: Celebs mourn the death of Louis Vuitton designer at memorial
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that legendary music act Lauryn Hill, music moguls Kanye, Drake and singer Rihanna are some of the top US entertainers who attended mogul fashion designer Virgil Abloh's memorial service.
Celeb-studded memorial service
YEN.com.gh understands designer Virgil's memorial service was held on Monday, 6 December at the Museum of Contemporary Art in his Chicago hometown.
According to Dailymail UK, late Louis Vuitton and Off-White designer Virgil Abloh's family was joined by close friends and world-class celebrities to pay their respects nine days after the designer's sudden demise.
GOAT: iFani announces he's giving away clothes to 100 fans for Christmas
In similar news, iFani is looking out for his fans who cannot afford to buy new Christmas clothes for their kids this festive season. A lot of people lost their jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic and can't buy clothes for their children because they have no money.
Most of them took to social media to share that they're struggling financially because they've lost their jobs while others can't find employment during these trying times.
The rapper is making sure that 100 of his fans each have R800 in their pockets this December so they could buy Christmas clothes for themselves or their families. iFani took to Twitter and wrote:
"Nguban ofuna iimpahla zeKrismes (who wants Christmas clothes)? Budget: R800/person. I’m only giving 100 people. And’namali (I don't have money)."
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