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Just days after taking over the Los Angeles Coliseum with Drake, Kanye West graced another stage in the Golden State on Sunday night (December 12).

The Chi-Town native rolled up to Rolling Loud California 2021 at the National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, California, where he made a surprise appearance during Future’s headlining set.

After running through a plethora of hits such as “Mask Off,” “Jumpman” and “March Madness,” Pluto cranked the crowd’s energy even higher by bringing out Kanye roughly halfway through his performance.

Wearing a white hoodie, “Free Hoover” pants, Balenciaga boots, black gloves and shades, Mr. West received a rapturous reception as he walked out to his Graduation anthem “Can’t Tell Me Nothing.”

He then proceeded to hijack Future’s set with a 10-minute medley of “Hurricane,” “Praise God” and “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” while basking in the crowd’s energy. But that wasn’t all. Ye closed out his cameo by freestyling over Future’s “Fuck Up Some Commas.”

“One bill to another bill/That’s how a n-gga really feel,” Kanye rapped. “Put your muthafucking hands up/Everybody need to stand up/Gotta get your fucking bands up/Throw your muthafucking hands up/Jesus gang, Jesus gang/By myself I represent a gang/Kanye, you know the name/Ye Ye, n-gga, you know the name.”

Ye stuck around to see the end of Hendrix’s set, playing hypeman as the Atlanta rapper brought things to a close with “Way 2 Sexy” and his “Maybach” collaboration with 42 Dugg. Fittingly, Future signed off as Kanye’s “Flashing Lights” played out.

Kanye West wasn’t the only special guest who hit the stage during Future’s headlining set; he also brought out rising Florida rapper Hotboii to perform their “Nobody Special” collaboration and Roddy Ricch, who treated the crowd to his freshly-minted diamond hit “The Box.”

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Kanye’s Rolling Loud California cameo came on the heels of his and Drake’s “Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert,” which took place at the L.A. Coliseum on December 9.

The blockbuster show — which commemorated Ye and Drizzy’s recent truce while raising awareness for Gangster Disciples co-founder Larry Hoover’s fight for freedom — saw the rap icons run through their respective catalogs of hits, as well as a handful of each other’s songs.

Check out more highlights from Kanye West’s Rolling Loud California appearance below.