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Kanye West raps for cancer patient fan few hours before her death

Kanye West put a smile on the face of a fan who was dying of cancer. Few hours before her death, Kanye reached out to her via Facetime, chatting with and rapping for her before she finally gave up the ghost.

According to TMZ, Kanye recently became aware of a young fan who was battling cancer. The fan's family tried hard to get in touch with him because the pre-teen was a huge fan, and last week, when word reached Kanye, he jumped at the chance to connect. 

Kanye reached out to the girl last week and FaceTimed her. They spoke for a while before the girl requested for her favorite song "I Love Kanye" . Kanye was more than happy to oblige. 

The young fan was ecstatic. She died a short time later. 

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