King Louie was full of excitement as he was on his way to the Dec. 17 “Yeezus” concert featuring Hip Hop titan Kanye West.
“Shout out to the dude Smooth, we finna go to the Kanye West concert, man,” King L said in a video posted to IG.
The “Drilluminati 2” rapper even purports to have been allowed backstage at the United Center during the concert.
“Backstage @ #YEEZUS,” the caption on his IG photo read.
Despite King L’s presence, Kanye West didn’t deem it necessary to invite his fellow Chicago brethren to perform the song “Send It Up” alongside him.
King L watched the performance from the audience.
This drew outrage from many of King L’s most ardent fans.
“How fufu is dat?!!? Da n***a should had u up dere performing #onfolks,” IG user @k_2g wrote.
@dee_100s” slammed the “Yeezus” rapper, writing, “F**k Kanye b***h a--.”
@lennykopez questioned whether King L paid for his tickets, writing, “Yeezus is so fufu i bet he made u pay for them seats.”
Fan @patrice2008 had much to say.
“That was some b***h s**t. Why not have u up there!??
“Keep letting these artist make money of your back! How you rep the chi but didn’t put chi on stage in your hometown. You always do it big for home. I thinking somebody drop the ball on this one. I hope you didn’t have ‘buy two tickets,’” she wrote.
King L previously revealed during an interview with MTV News he freestyled his verse on the track that was recorded in Paris.
“It’s a dope track. When I did the joint, we was in the studio, no B.S., like 24, 20 hours a day strong,” King L explained. “We were in Paris. I had woke and it was like a freestyle verse off the top and that turned out to be the one he was really rocking with; just genuine bars.”
King L said the final version of the song sounded “totally different” from the original.
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