Saturday, October 08, 2016

Kanye West Returns to the Stage

Kanye West returns to the stage for the first time since his wife, Kim Kardashian, was bound, gagged and robbed at gunpoint in Paris...

Earlier this week Kanye West abruptly ended his show in Queen, NY after receiving news that his wife had been held hostage during a terrifying home invasion in Paris [click here if you missed that].

Last night Kanye West returned to the stage in Chicago but did NOT mention his wife's ordeal.


Anonymous said...

You mean returned to the stage after that HOAX masked as a robbery which wasn't believed by anyone with a brain. They are "delaying" that reality show as well. The countdown for these folks is on.

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Anonymous said...

Via Commenter on Dlisted:

"French officials have turned their sights to investigating whether Kim Kardashian and Kanye West made up the entire story of their robbery. After looking at all of the events surrounding the incident, there appears to be a lack of evidence and pieces of the story not adding up.

Some of the major problems...

No Security Footage Captured - There reportedly isn't any security footage of the crime. All five men involved managed to avoid all of the hotel's cameras, both inside and outside of the building. In fact, one security camera shows no activity at all on the night of the incident.

Kim Escaped Without Help - Kim was allegedly tied up during the robbery but escaped without any help.

No Leads Or Suspects - French police have absolutely no leads in this case. No one in the area saw anything suspicious on the night in question. Not one individual has even been detained.

Ryan Lochte? - Does anyone else notice the similarities of Kim's story with Ryan Lochte's from Rio?

A US Supreme Court Justice Thinks It's False - Justice Stephen Breyer brought up the incident during oral arguments. The case involves a guy who argues it wasn't bank fraud when he drained someone's bank account...because the money is insured. Breyer said,

"Even Kardashian's thief, if there is one, believes that all that jewelry is insured. So, it's not theft?"

He even went on to make a comment about her jewelry possibly being on loan and not hers anyway. Implying she would be collecting insurance money for something that wasn't hers."

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