Kanye West will once again be offering COVID-19 vaccines to attendees of his DONDA listening event.
A spokesperson for Soldier Field, the 63,000 capacity football stadium where Kanye is hosting his next listening party for his often delayed album tells TMZ that there will be more than 1,500 doses of Covid vaccines available for fans interested in getting vaccinated.
The doses will be split between the two-shot Pfizer and one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccines. If you’ve had your first shot of Pfizer, officials from the Chicago Department of Health will reportedly be on-ground to help set up appointments for the second dose.
Kanye also offered vaccines at his last listening session in Atlanta, but only a measly 4 out of 40,000 got the shot.
Ye’s third album listening party for Donda is scheduled to go down on Thursday (Aug. 26) in Chicago. The event will feature a life-size replica of his childhood home from the south side of Chicago.
In more Kanye West news, The rapper recently filed documents to legally change his name from Kanye Omari West to just “Ye.” He’s asking an L.A. court to make it official by signing off on the petition.