Kanye West might have gotten bored of all the sightseeing during his trip in Armenia with wife Kim Kardashian and sister-in-law Khloe. Late Sunday night, the 37-year-old rapper jumped in the middle of Swan Lake-Karapi Lich in the capital city of Yerevan and surprised many fans by performing an impromptu concert. The 21-time Grammy winner splashed around in the water as he sang six of his hit songs swarmed by passerbys, much to the surprise of the police and National Guard who quickly shut down the show. The concert in the lake only lasted for a few minutes but Kanye certainly gave the people of Armenia a production to remember. The father-of-one was seen without Khloe or daughter North at midnight when his recognizable voice was heard over the surround sound. He began singing the lyrics of his hit single Good Life before he jumped into the lake fully dressed in a maroon velour jacket, grey T-shirt, faded jeans and combat boots.
Police in Armenia have shut down a surprise Kanye West concert after the singer jumped into a lake, prompting hundreds of fans to leap in after him. West was reaching the end of a free midnight gig in the country’s capital Yerevan overnight when he announced to the huge crowd at Swan Lake he was going to do “something a little different”. Video of the concert shows the rapper suddenly jump into the water during the song “Good life”. Delighted fans immediately follow suit and swarm around the star in the water, causing police to call a halt to the shenanigans.
West is visiting Armenia with his wife Kim Kardashian, whose late father was Armenian. Kardashian later tweeted that it was a “crazy night”. “Kanye wakes me up & says he’s doing a free concert in Yerevan, Armenia! I throw on sweats & we head out!” “Thousands of people were there! Kanye jumped in swan lake to be closer to the crowd on the other side & so many people jumped in too! It was such an exciting crazy night! So happy I got to rock out with everyone in Armenia on our last night here!!!!”
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