Harlem’s Teyana Taylor And Iman Shumpert Star In New Kanye West Video ‘Fade’ At The 2016 VMA’s

If Harlemites Diddy and Alicia Keys wasn’t enough at the VMA’s, there was Iman Shumpert, his fiancée and Harlemite Teyana Taylor as a cat lady, and a Kanye West song off his most recent album “The Life of Pablo.” All those things collided at the MTV Video Music Awards — just your typical Sunday night.

Kanye-West-Fade-video-starring-Teyana-TaylorAfter West took the stage and gave a speech covering a number of topics, he revealed the latest visual from “The Life of Pablo” for the song “Fade.” Taylor, a recording artist who works under the G.O.O.D Music label with West, danced up a storm in what appeared to be an under-utilized workout facility.

Taylor’s attire and moves come straight from the “Flashdance” playbook, and she pretty much nailed it.We know Shumpert was definitely happy with the final result.It all ended with the Cavs guard and the cat version of Taylor sitting over their daughter, Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr. Oh, and a bunch of sheep.A beautiful fiancée and daughter, an appearance in a Kanye West video and an NBA title. Shumpert is doing just fine.

Taylor’s attire and moves come straight from the “Flashdance” playbook, and she pretty much nailed it.

We know Shumpert was definitely happy with the final result.

It all ended with the Cavs guard and the cat version of Taylor sitting over their daughter, Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr. Oh, and a bunch of sheep.

A beautiful fiancée and daughter, an appearance in a Kanye West video and an NBA title. Shumpert is doing just fine.

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