Drake brought out Kanye West last night for a surprise performance on the Chicago stop of the 6 God's "Summer Sixteen" tour, and it pretty much tore the house down.

In honor of one of the city's finest exports, Drake called in Kanye to perform “Pop Style," their collaborative hit from VIEWS, "Father Stretch My Hands Part. II," as well as an abridged performance of the song with the most talked-about lyrics in a while: “Famous."

The rumors we heard yesterday suggesting Kanye will throw some serious shade at Taylor at this year's MTV Video Music also appear to be true, as 'Ye snuck in this sly insult during his performance: "All I gotta say is I'm so glad my wife has Snapchat… Now y'all can know the truth and can't nobody talk shit about Ye no more.”

Watch the fan-made clips of the appearance below.

Drake’s "Summer Sixteen" tour is heading next to The Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan on July 28. The tour runs until October 16.

In other Kanye news, he's also just starred in Balmain’s FW16 campaign.

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