Kanye West attracted over 38K fans to his third Donda listening event at Soldier Field in his home town in Chicago on Thursday night, but only 13 were willing to get a COVID-19 vaccination.
TMZ confirms that a spokesperson from the Illinois Department of Public Health said only 13 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were used on fans willing to get the jab, despite the fact 1,500 doses were made available to anyone who wanted one.
It seems Ye fans are either already vaccinated, or are not particularly fans of the shot. At the listening event in Atlanta, which hosted 40,000 people, only 4 were willing to get vaccinated.
West did not require any of the Thursday night attendees to show proof of vaccination or even a negative COVID-19 test at Solider Field.
Much to the amazement of his fans, the billionaire rapper built a replica of his childhood home inside the stadium, though the crowd had to wait over 2 hours before West appeared on stage.
West emerged from the replica house as he muttered "Donda" over and over while images and videos of his mother appeared in black-and-white on a super sized screen.
Special guests at the Donda listening party 3.0 included controversial musicians DaBaby and Marilyn Manson. The latter is currently fighting multiple allegations of sexual assault, while DaBaby came under fire over homophobic comments made at Rolling Loud music festival.
The most surprising news of the night was West's ex Kim Kardashian who appeared in a Balenciaga wedding dress during No Child Left Behind, the final song of the evening.
The twice delayed and highly anticipated album is inspired by West's mother Donda, who was an English professor at Chicago State University. She tragically passed away in 2007 after complications from cosmetic surgery at the age of 58.