Kanye West teases Kenyan concert

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 7 Feb, 2024 11:54 | 2 mins read
Rapper Ye formerly known as Kanye West at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, on February 9, 2020, in Beverly Hills, California. PHOTO/Agencies

Just after wiping his Instagram account again, American rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West returned with some good news for his Kenyan fans.

Through his Insta Stories, the 'Remote Control' crooner shared a poster for various proposed concerts featuring a Kenyan concert set to be held at the Nyayo Stadium on December 7, 2024.

Notably, in his world tour, the 46-year-old also teased other African concerts in Lagos Nigeria on December 14, 2024, and Cairo Egypt on August 30, 2024.

Notably, the new developments come after the rapper's wife Bianca Censori made headlines for wearing a clear raincoat with nothing underneath in snaps shared by Kanye West on his Instagram.

Thereafter, the rapper uploaded an image of the number '1' on his account, most likely a nod to his new album dubbed Vultures, Volume One, which he previously announced was dropping on February 9.

This also comes after Kanye West made a statement saying he was having trouble booking concert arenas and seemingly suggested it was because of his anti-Semitic rants.

The rapper shared a video and a text post where he revealed he's been having a difficult time booking venues, pointedly adding, "And you know why that is."

The father of four has laid low since his anti-Semitic comments led to his deals with Adidas and GAP evaporating into thin air.

During his hiatus, he remarried and started spending more time outside of America and took the time to work on his new album and it’s almost time to deliver it to the world.

American rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West with his wife Bianca Censori. 
American rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West with his wife Bianca Censori.

Kanye West has for a long time used his media presence and social influence to espouse antisemitic tropes about Jewish intimidation, power and control. 

In December 2023, he apologized to the Jewish community in an Instagram post written in Hebrew.

“I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any unintended outburst caused by my words or actions. It was not my intention to offend or demean, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused,” the rapper, who legally changed his name to Ye in 2021 wrote.

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