Video: Kanye West And Chris Brown Dancing To “Vultures” Upsets Song’s Critics; Reactions Flood Social Media

BY Edwin Lamptey November 28, 2023 1:45 PM EDT
Photo Source: Instagram/@kanyewestfans, @chrisbrownofficial

Kanye West and Chris Brown appear to have courted trouble after they allegedly danced to Kanye’s Vultures song.

Currently, the video of the two music stars seems to have garnered some negative reactions online. 

With Kanye’s first single of the year, Vultures with Ty Dolla Sign, Bump J, and Lil Durk, officially on DSPs, the father of four has been busy overseas celebrating with his wife, Bianca Censori.

The couple was seen partying in Dubai along with Chris Brown and other close friends this past week.

A report by Page Six indicates that a Jewish businesswoman, Tanya Zuckerbrot, shared a video of the musicians dancing to Vultures on Instagram, questioning why they found so much humor in West’s troubling lyrics. 

“What’s more sickening? The lyrics…or the fact that both Kanye West and @chrisbrownofficial find it [hilarious]?” she wrote in a post which has since been flooded with comments from her community, the majority of whom are also condemning the behavior of the musicians

“Let the record industry chew on this. Let them never EVER work again,” one of the most liked comments on the post declares. “He is just mad at Jews because Kim’s lawyer is Jewish and he gotta pay $270,000 a month in child support,” another user speculated. “Hey, West, get back on your meds. Nobody cares bout you,” they further taunted the Donda creator. 

Those are far from the only outraged replies to Kanye West and Chris Brown’s overseas antics. “Why is he so obsessed with Jewish people”, a viewer pondered. “I know how Taylor Swift must have felt.”

In an earlier report, hotnewhiphop revealed that Kanye West and Ty Dolla have been working extremely hard in Italy as of late. It turns out they were working in a joint album. 

However, an event to outdoor the album was postponed due to a rail strike and adverse weather conditions. 

“Our aim [is] to ensure the safety and security of all and if there is a transport issue, then the concert cannot go ahead safely. And as it is open air, the heavy rain forecast would have also created problems. The organizers have been given an alternative date of October 27, and we are waiting to hear back if it is acceptable to them,” a statement from the organizers of the event read.