Kanye West plans trip to meet President Vladimir Putin and put on very first show in Russia with Sunday Service
- The 46-year-old rapper will also present his very first show in Moscow with his Christian Sunday Service gospel
- His performance will likely be at the Crocus City Hall theater or the Grand Sports Arena where much of the 1980 Olympics took place.
- West is eagerly awaiting making Russia a “second home” as sources tell Billboard that Kanye has hijacked issues with strict travel sanctions between Russia and the United States as tensions mount amid the crisis. ‘a conflict with Ukraine
Kanye West has reportedly set his sights on the east and is planning a trip to meet President Vladimir Putin as he expands his business empire in Russia.
The 46-year-old rapper will also be giving his very first show in Moscow with his Christian Sunday Service gospel, likely at the Crocus City Hall theater or the Grand Sports Arena where much of the 1980 Olympics took place.
West is eagerly awaiting making Russia a ‘second home’ as sources tell Billboard that Kanye, a long-time Putin supporter, has hijacked issues of strict Russia-state travel sanctions -United as tensions rise amid conflict with Ukraine.
Prayer is over: Kanye West is said to have set his sights on the east and plans a trip to meet President Vladimir Putin as he expands his business empire in Russia
Kanye’s strategic advisor, Ameer Sudan, and lawyer Scott Balber are coordinating the trip. Balber also acts as a liaison for his clients, billionaire Azerbaijani-Russian real estate developer Aras Agalarov and his son Emin Agalarov.
The father-of-four “plans to invite Putin to attend the gospel performance as a special guest,” and the performance is “something Ye wanted to do since he started the service project. Sunday in 2019 “.
The US State Department classified Russia as a level 4 “do not travel” advisory on November 2 due to the embassy’s limited ability to assist US citizens in Russia, COVID-19, and associated entry restrictions, terrorism, harassment by Russian government security officials and arbitrary application of local law.
West is eagerly awaiting making Russia a ‘second home’ as sources tell Billboard that Kanye, a longtime Putin supporter, has hijacked issues with strict sanctions on Russia-state travel United as tensions rise amid conflict with Ukraine
“It’s Ye, Ye is going to get there anyway,” strategic adviser Ameer Sudan told the publication. “What are they going to say? He will be the special guest of the Agalarovs.
“Kanye knows what’s going on more than the average human being, he’s well aware of things. And it’s nothing against the United States or to provoke conflict, but Ye is Ye – he cannot be controlled.
West – who recently changed his nickname to Ye – has been a fan of the controversial figure for some time, and even called himself a “young Putin” during an interview on the Drink Champs podcast.
A friend indeed: Kanye vocally supported Putin’s friend Donald Trump throughout his presidency
Despite the failure of his own presidential campaign in 2020, West only qualified for the poll in 12 states
He told hosts NORE and DJ EFN: “Culture is oil. Culture is energy, and I’ve been the king of culture for 20 years and the next 2000 years.”
Kanye vocally supported Putin’s friend Donald Trump throughout his presidency until his own presidential campaign failed in 2020. Despite his candidacy, West qualified for the poll in only 12 states. .
To make matters even more interesting, Russia is currently at the center of growing tensions after the White House said President Biden voiced “deep concerns” over the strengthening of Russian forces near the Ukrainian border.
The US national security adviser hinted that President Joe Biden warned Vladimir Putin in a two-hour phone call Tuesday that US troops could be used to defend Ukraine if Russia tries to invade the country .
Speaking at the White House after the call, Jake Sullivan claimed that Biden “looked President Putin in the eye and told him today that the things we didn’t do in 2014, we’re ready to go. do it now “- a reference to the failure of Western nations to intervene militarily when Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine seven years ago.