Watch Belieber Kanye West Dance to Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean?' at L.A. Show

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Kanye West visits 97.1 AMP Radio on Oct. 28, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.  

Earlier this month, Kanye West tweeted that his favorite song of 2015 was Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" To prove it, the rapper/designer got jiggy to the Biebs' first chart-topper on the Billboard Hot 100 during the pop star's second Los Angeles show on the Purpose tour at Staples Center. 

The original clip popped up on his wife Kim Kardashian's Snapchat and has now been shared by Kanye fan page Team Kanye Daily

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Bieber was ecstatic to have K.W. in the building. "Shout out to one of my inspirations @kanyewest for coming to the show tonight. Had to go big," he tweeted. 

This isn't the first time Yeezy has busted a move to the Bieber jam. He was caught rocking out in the car on Snapchat a week ago and basically brought the Instagram-made clip J.B. shared on his feed six months ago to life. 

 

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Last September, Bieber had some nice things to say about Mr. West, telling France's Clique TV, “Kanye’s a talker, so you get him in a room and he just starts talking, and he just starts ranting, and I just sit and I listen because he’s been through a lot of stuff. He’s not just talking to just talk. He’s obviously got something to say that he’s feeling from his heart. So when I hear that, I like to just sit and listen. He’s a really, really smart guy.”

During the same interview, Bieber also revealed that the two have a collaboration in the stash described as having a "really New York vibe." 

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West has reason to dance -- he recently set up his Pablo pop-up shop in New York, an event that shut down Wooster Street in SoHo.

Beliebing also seems to run in the family as Kim K also Snapped her mouthing "As Long As You Love Me" to her hubby. 

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