Kanye West and Drake wowed fans as the pair finally put their differences aside to perform at a Free Larry Hoover concert at Los Angeles Coliseum on Thursday – but kept fans waiting over an hour
The duo came together for a special ‘Free Larry Hoover’ concert at the Los Angeles Coliseum on Thursday.
Drake was a special guest of his former foe’s for the concert and fans were loving their appearance – although they were kept waiting at the start for more than an hour and a half.
Many fans took to Twitter to share their vibes about the live streamed show.
One user wrote: “@kanyewest and @Drake squashing beef and throwing a concert in LA was the perfect end to 2021 #FreeLarryHoover”
Another said: “Genius by @kanyewest and @Drake to walk out to ultralight beam. Perfect balance of harmony and power as they walk down one of the greatest staircases of all time. My personal favorite ye song!”
“Can’t lie, Kanye West and Drake walking up together and dapping up before Kanye hit the stage looked dope,” wrote a third.
And a fourth said: “Yoooooooo are you joking! This is unreal. Fire #FreeLarryHoover @kanyewest @Drake”
Another asked: “@kanyewest @Drake can we please make this into a tour!?!?”
Fans also seemed to appreciate Kanye running through a number of his old hits.
“This is the set I want to hear Kanye sing live.. DAMN I MISS THE OLD KANYE!! #FreeLarryHoover #KanyeWest #KanyeDrakeLive #Drake,” one user wrote.
Another agreed, exclaiming: ” GOLDDIGGER!!!!! #FreeLarryHoover #KanyeWest #Drake #KanyeDrakeLive”
‘Ye and Drake finally ended their long-running feud as they enjoyed a party together last month.
The pair both took to social media at the time to showcase their time together. Drake uploaded two videos, including one of the pair enjoying a hug and sing-along.
He captioned the videos: “You have reached your destination.”
The first video was of comedian Dave Chappelle introducing the musical duo and saying how great it is that “two of the biggest stars on earth” were back in the same room as each other.
In a statement about the one-night concert, Kanye said that the show will “prove to people everywhere how much more we can accomplish when we lay our pride aside and come together”.
The singers had been embroiled in a long-running war of words, with Kanye regularly calling out his apparent former foe on Twitter.
During the festive period in 2018, the Gold Digger singer slammed Drake for following Kim Kardashian and demanded an apology.
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