Kanye West made his first on-stage appearance since his anti-semitic outburst when Travis Scott brought him out for a recent performance in Rome.

Today, Travis Scott performed his first Utopia concert since the album’s release at Rome’s Circus Maximus, a public park that was once the largest chariot racing circuit in the Roman Empire. The night is the first for Travis Scott’s most recent album after his Egypt launch concert was canceled, while Kanye West makes his first public appearance since his run of anti-Semitic outbursts.

Travis Scott deviated from the tracklist after singing the first few Utopia tracks as well as singles like “Butterfly Effect” and “Highest in the Room” to welcome Kanye West onstage and perform “Praise God” and “Can not Tell Me Nothing.”

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Without Kanye West, there can be no utopia. Without Kanye West, there is no Travis Scott, the rapper told the audience. “Without Kanye West, Rome would not exist. Make a racket for Ye.

The disgraced Kanye makes his first public appearance since the suspension of his accounts and the dissolution of his lucrative commercial alliances, notably Adidas, as a result of his public anti-semitic outburst on social media. Kanye lost billions of dollars as a result of his ongoing attacks on Jews endangering other fruitful business partnerships.

The Weeknd and Bad Bunny song “K-Pop,” the Beyonce and Justin Vernon song “Delresto,” and the song “Mafia,” which was published right before the 2021 Astroworld disaster, were among the other tunes Scott performed in Rome. “Mafia” was originally going to be on Utopia, but Travis Scott said it was deleted in favor of “I Know,” which he said was one of the last tracks produced for the album.

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For “Meltdown,” Travis Scott invited a fan onstage, but he gave him advice about having too little wrath. Along with the hits “Antidote” and “Goosebumps,” he also performed the Drake movie “Sicko Mode” before capping off the performance by performing “Telekinesis” from the backseat of a moving vehicle.

The night of the album’s release, Scott was scheduled to perform at the Pyramids of Giza, but the concert was postponed because of complaints from the Egyptian government.


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