The tour life is a grueling one and it appears to have gotten the best Kanye West, if only for a moment. The rapper, who’s currently on an Australian tour, was reportedly rushed to a hospital in Melbourne on Wednesday (September 10).
No one said keeping up with Kanye West fashion wise was affordable. Those furry Maison Martin Margiela sneakers he was seen rocking on the Yeezus Tour are now available to civilians for a mere $975.
Kanye West has toured nonstop since releasing Yeezus, but he’s reportedly set to take a brief hiatus to put the finishing touches on his seventh studio album. Now, before your say anything, we know what day it is, but this news appears to be legit.
Kanye West still has no love for the media but he’s willing to let bygones be just that when it comes to Drake dissing his Yeezus bars.
Kanye West embarked on the second leg of his Yeezus Tour, which landed him at Penn State University in University Park, Penn. last night. Such an occasion inspired the Chicago native to rant about veteran journalist Sway Calloway and Charlamagne Tha God of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club in front of a packed Bryce Jordan Center.
Billboard reported that Kanye West‘s Yeezus Tour was among the highest grossing of 2013. The iconic MC is clearly aware of the duckets, so he’s announced an additional nine shows throughout the states and Canada for your viewing pleasure.
There’s a lot of love between Kanye West and Drake these days. Following an in-club appearance in Toronto the night before, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper invited the hometown favorite to perform at his Yeezus Tour.
The force and stubbornness of a Chicago bull was with Kanye West as he landed his Yeezus tour in his hometown and sprung another pop-up show ripe with Confederate flag apparel.
“Do I look like a mother******* comedian to you?!? Don’t f*cking heckle me. I’m Kanye mother******* West!!!” That, apparently, was the highlight of Lord Kanye West the Great’s latest show.
Kanye West is on an unprecedented press run, and his message is plain and simple — he’s going become the “Tupac of product.” That said, the Yeezus tour pop-up shop, a portion of his mission to push/change the culture, invaded New York City last week.