A viral video claimed to be of Kanye West falling off a horse while he arrived at the Sunday Service choir is FALSE. And none other than, Kim Kardashian had to come forward to call out the fake video. In a clip, that has been circulating since wee hours today, you can see a person entering an event on a horse and in a bit, you can see the person in a white cloak fall off. Ever since the video went viral, people have been claiming how Kanye West entered the Sunday service choir on a horse and then tumbled. The video in question was shared by a verified Twitter page that goes by the name HOT 97 @HOT97.
Beauty mogul, Kim Kardashian who is also Kanye's wife, shared the video and furiously asked for the authenticity of the video. She wrote in her tweet: "Please where is the fact checking?!?! I have seen this false story circulating. This is not Kanye and this is not the Sunday Service Choir."
— HOT 97 (@HOT97) January 12, 2020
Here's Kim Kardashian's Tweet:
Please where is the fact checking?!?! I have seen this false story circulating. This is not Kanye and this is not the Sunday Service Choir. https://t.co/kEaP1zyvrn
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 13, 2020
She stressed on how not only was the man not Kanye but the event wasn't even the Sunday Service Choir. A shocked Kim Kardashian asked where the fact-checking was and cleared out that the whole story circulating around was FAKE. Kanye West, rapper-turned-gospel performs his Sunday Service choir regularly and recently even made a surprise secret appearance at a Houston, Texas jail where he performed for several intimates from his new gospel album, "Jesus is King."
A viral video claimed to be of Kanye West falling off a horse while he arrived at the Sunday Service choir has taken over Twitter.
A shocked Kim Kardashian cleared the air and said the video was fake. Neither was the man in the video Kanye nor was it is the Sunday Service choir.