Kanye West spent some time in Fort Worth over the weekend, according to the Star-Telegram.
The rapper stopped by the Modern Art Museum's cafe unannounced and chatted with someone on the patio, confirms Kendal Smith Lake, spokeswoman for the museum. "We did not know he was coming," she says. "He met with someone in the Cafe for a bit and then left."
Fans posted on Twitter that Yeezus also graced a nearby gun range where he took photos and signed memorabilia. The Star-Telegram reports it was the Defender Outdoor Shooting Center, though the business offered GuideLive no comment on the situation.
The Yeezus also apparently graced Dallas, stopping by East Dallas Vietnamese restaurant Mot Hai Ba.
The last time we are aware of Ye coming to North Texas was for his Saint Pablo tour date at American Airlines Center in September 2016. The rapper was scheduled to return that November, but he canceled a slew of tour dates after a now infamous political rant to an audience in California.
That hasn't deterred West from keeping quiet on the subject. In October, he met with President Donald Trump at the White House, offering another highly publicized -- and highly criticized -- rant about the current state of the country. West did, however, say after that meeting, he wants to distance himself from politics.
West is expected to release a new album, Yandhi, soon. The original release date was in September, but now it's expected to drop in November.