Last week, a video surfaced and went viral of a man falling off a horse in what appeared to be a church.
Fans took the video to be Kanye West’s latest eccentric religious appearance, claiming that he was captured in the video falling off a horse during a Sunday Service.
Memes of the clip quickly made their social media rounds. 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg and others shared the video, which was titled “Kanye fell off his horse.”
Kanye West tried to ride a Horse🐴 in church….Chale 🙆🏽♂️🙆🏽♂️🙆🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/WZGtVpo1qT
— NonfaKING (@ajeezayGH) January 8, 2020
“Wait I don’t understand, why was he on the horse,” 50 wrote on Instagram. “AWW SH!t LMAO.”
Uncle Snoop chimed in on his own post, writing, “Who is that ni**a on dat nare.”
Now, Kim Kardashian has come to dispel the rumors and shame media who reported that the man on the horse was in fact Kanye.
“Please where is the fact checking?!?! I have seen this false story circulating,” she tweeted on Sunday (Jan. 12). “This is not Kanye and this is not the Sunday Service Choir.”
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
This is not the first time Kim has come to her husband’s defense. Last month, Kim appeared on “Ellen” and addressed the widespread photo of Kanye in head-to-toe silver, which was a part of his Mary opera that he brought to the Art Basel fair in Miami.
“He was doing his opera on Mary and the story of Mary and so everyone was silver,” she explained. “I think the next day, or the day after even, he came home and I was looking at him across the kitchen table and I’m like, ‘Wait, what’s in your ear?’ And I came up to him and was like, ‘Oh, it’s silver paint.’ It must take a long time to get out.”