Kanye West Returns to the Stage After Kim Kardashian's Robbery: 'It's Good to Be Home'

The rapper-designer stopped mid-performance on the night of his wife's ordeal


Kanye West returned to the stage in Chicago on Friday night less than a week after his family suffered a horrific ordeal.

In his first public appearance since Kim Kardashian West was robbed of nearly $11 million at gunpoint during Paris Fashion Week West did not address the tragic incident at the show. But made sure to say, “It’s good to be home,” to the crowd in his hometown.

In videos captured by fans, West, 39, had his fans jumping and singing along to his latest songs and best throwbacks.


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During his concert on Sunday night in New York City, West learned of his wife’s ordeal and immediately stopped the show.

“I’m sorry. I’m sorry. Family emergency, I have to stop the show,” West told fans.


West’s tour continued Friday after he took a break from his tour schedule to link up with his family in New York City. The couple’s children, North, 3, and Saint, 10 months, were not involved in the incident, PEOPLE confirmed. And while his wife and kids recently returned safely to their home in Los Angeles, West’s sold-out Saint Pablo tour isn’t over until Nov. 1.

Leading up to his show, a source close to the rapper-designer said he was in good spirits.

“He’s taking everything in stride,” the source told PEOPLE on Friday, adding that after all of the drama: “He’s in a positive head space.”

The source also predicted that he would not address the robbery or his family during the show.

“Usually there’s a moment in the show, where he breaks it down with just a piano and does his little stream-of-consciousness thing,” explained the source. “I wouldn’t be surprised if something was coming. He might turn around and not ever address it or he might address it tonight. You just never know because he doesn’t plan things like that.”

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