Kanye West stunned passengers aboard a Delta Airlines flight from Minneapolis to New York, by performing over the in-flight sound system.
Yeezy rapped lines from his hit singles The Good Life and Gold Digger over the cockpit loudspeaker, serenading the flight for around 30 minutes with edited, clean versions of the songs.
Heatworld.com reports that a passenger on the flight said of Kanye's impromptu performance: “He couldn’t decide if he wanted to do The Good Life or Gold Digger, so he was like, ‘I’ll just do a little bit of both.’"
They continued: "It was awesome - but I still have no idea how he got into the cockpit."
According to the celebrity gossip site, the onlooker claimed that what surprised them the most is that the Power rapper did not demand any 'special treatment' when leaving the aircraft.
The Runaway rapper also made a surprise appearance on stage with 30 Seconds To Mars at the EMAs in Madrid on Sunday with lead-singer, Jared Leto, telling our US team: "This wasn't even last-minute, more like last-second."
He added: "Literally a day and a half ago, he was in New York and he got on, literally, the last flight, he made it out here."
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