“We Did It Joe” – Kanye West Trolls Kamala Harris in New Song Premiered at Album Listening Event in Miami (VIDEO)

At the listening event for his new album, Donda 2, on Tuesday Kanye West trolled Kamala Harris during his live performance.

On the dark set, the song, Louis Bags ft. Jack Harlow opened to the tune of Kamala Harris’ infamous “We did it, Joe” moment. The sampled audio is played multiple times throughout the song.

The Daily Mail reported,

Kanye West surprised his audience at the star-studded Donda 2 listening event in Miami on Tuesday, when he sampled Vice President Kamala Harris‘ viral ‘We did it, Joe,’ moment on a new track.

West, 44, who now goes by the moniker Ye, used audio from a video posted by Harris on Twitter on November 7, 2020, in which she calls her running mate, President Joe Biden, to congratulate him on their joint election victory.

During Tuesday’s much-delayed live performance at LoanDepot Park, Harris’ voice filled the air as a cohort of dancers dressed in black outfits and helmets waded in a pool of water around a replica of the artist’s childhood home, with West pacing nearby and occasionally dancing to the beat.


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