Puff Daddy Brings Out Kanye West at Bad Boy Reunion Tour in New York City
Another day, another spectacular guest appearance at Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Reunion tour. For the New York stop of the hip-hop mogul's nationwide trek, Puffy brought out the one and only Kanye West. You can see footage from Yeezy's electric performance above.
During his guest appearance, Yeezy performs his The Life of Pablo cut, "Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1." After he's done with the song, Yeezy calls Puff his idol and makes sure that he declares his love for the Bad Boy boss before he leaves the stage. It's just the latest of what should be a tour filled with surprise appearances from some of the biggest names in hip-hop.
Last week, Puffy brought out Chance The Rapper for the Bad Boy Reunion tour's opening show in Chicago. In his Insta-post about the tour, Puffy teased even more surprise performances. Considering Puff's clout in the rap game, we have absolutely no reason to doubt him.
All together, the Bad Boy Reunion tour seems to have all the makings of a "Fade to Black"-esque documentary in the future, with special happenings occurring on and off stage. Before the start of the tour's first show, rap legend DMX led Puffy and the rest of the tour's roster in a special prayer, conjuring memories of a time when the Ruff Ryder and Bad Boy were pretty much at the top of the music world.
Fans have plenty of time to catch a show in the Bad Boy Reunion tour, which sees the likes of Lil’ Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, the Lox, 112, Mario Winans, Total, French Montana and Carl Thomas serving as the headliners. As of now, the last tour date is Oct. 8.
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