News: Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Make Fans' Dream Come True At Yeezus Concert
Sunday, Dec 8, 2013 8:38AM
Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West and Kim Kardashian helped a couple diehard fans' dream come true after allowing them to received backstage access during a recent Yeezus tour concert.
According to reports, KimYe's unexpected and heartfelt gesture took place a few days ago in Louisiana.
Kim Kardashian may have her critics but she definitely knows how to keep her fans happy! The reality star and business mogul invited Twitter fan Myleeza and her friend Sara to join her at the VIP section of her fiance Kanye West's Yeezus concert in New Orleans on Thursday night. Kim K sent an aid to find the fans after reading a Tweet from the 19-year-old @MyleezaKardash before the concert started. "I'm sending someone to go get you so you can come sit with me!!!" wrote Kim. She added:"Need your seat # & section. DM me ASAP!!!" The delighted teen then joined her idol to watch the concert before describing her fairytale night via her own Twitter account the following day. Under the headline: Story of how I met Queen Kim & King Yeezus coming NOW! - the delighted fan wrote about her unique experience. And to back it up she even posted images of her and pal Sara with their idols on Instagram! (RumorFix)
Kim K also posted photos of herself and friends onto Instagram during the concert.
Kim Kardashian is all about supporting Kanye West on his Yeezus tour! The E! star, joined by BFFs Brittny Gastineau, Lisa Gastineau and Racquel Smith, came out for 'Ye's New Orleans concert on Thursday, Dec. 5. North West's mama and her crew clearly had a great time, and luckily for us, they captured much of the evening in the form of--what else?--selfies! Just look at that Instagram selfie Kim took with her friend Racquel, the wife of New Orleans Saints player Will Smith. She holds the camera out in front of her and makes a solid kiss face (or duckface, if we must continue to call it that) , accentuating her striking cheekbones. (E! Online)
Some reports claim Ye put on a strong show but struggled to sell out the New Orleans venue.
His anonymity made for a curious contrast: Here was the star purposely setting aside his identity, in the midst of a massive production that was, of course, an enormous expression of his enormous vision/ego. It was far and away the most ambitious, and daring, hip-hop show I've ever witnessed; it was impossible not to watch, if only to see what would emerge next. Say what you will about Kanye West, but you can't accuse him of playing it safe. His show was as polarizing as he is. Not all fans have followed him down his latest path. Much of the New Orleans Arena's upper deck was empty on Thursday; a show several days ago in Kansas City reportedly drew only 4,500 people to an arena with more than three times as many seats. (NOLA)