Video: Ariana Grande Invites 2 Chainz to Boston Show for Debut Performance of ‘Rule the World’

AceShowbiz -Fans who attended Ariana Grande‘s show in Boston on Wednesday night, March 20 were treated to something special by the songstress. She successfully surprised the audience by bringing 2 Chainz to the stage for the first ever live performance of their latest collaboration “Rule the World”, which is included on the rapper’s latest album “Rap or Go to the League”.

Standing in front of an old-school whip on a pink-lit backdrop at TD Garden, Chainz delivered his verses as his collaborator served the angelic look. “Then we go different places with no suitcases/ But when we come back, we got suitcases,” he rapped on the fierce R&B track. “Right now I use love for a medication/ Back in the day I’d shoot Cupid with no hesitation.”

Ariana and Chainz ended their performance by getting in a car which later descended below the stage.

Following their surprise performance, the two musicians took to their own social media accounts to thank each other for the opportunity to perform the song together. Alongside a video of their rendition, the 41-year-old spitter wrote, “THIS SONG #ruletheworld HAS BEEN OUT FOR TWO WEEKS the show was lit !!! thank you @ArianaGrande thank you BOSTON #raporgototheleague out now !!!! Sincerely yours , Boston Toni.”

As for the “Thank U, Next” hitmaker, she shared a picture of them backstage. “love u @2chainz thanks for surprising boston w me #ruletheworld,” she wrote in the caption.

Their “Rule the World” performance apparently wasn’t the only surprise that Ariana had for the audience. Earlier in the night, her manager, Scooter Braun, made a hilarious cameo during her Last Supper-inspired performance of “God Is a Woman”. Sharing a video of the moment, Scooter said, “Really special night tonight in Boston. @arianagrande’s performance was amazing… and this… did not happen.”

Kicking off on Monday, March 18, “Sweetener World Tour” is scheduled to conclude on October 13 in Zurich, Switzerland.

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