Kanye West dances all night as he joins Kardashians at Justin Bieber concert

Chloe Best

It seems Kanye West is not the only belieber in his family. The rapper was joined by his wife Kim Kardashian, sister-in-law Kourtney Kardashian and a group of friends to watch Justin Bieber's concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, just days after admitting Justin's single What Do You Mean was his favourite song of 2015.

Kim shared a series of videos and photos from their night out on Snapchat, including one clip showing her husband dancing to the track. In another video Kanye remained straight faced while the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star serenaded him with Justin's song As Long As You Love Me.

Joining the couple were Kourtney, her close friend Malika Haqq and rapper Big Sean. The trio captured a selfie together which was shared by Malika with the caption: "Beliebers".

Kourtney was previously rumoured to have been dating the 22-year-old, although Justin laughed off the speculation by joking that he was "being used" by the mum-of-three.

Justin was evidently grateful for the support he received for his second Los Angeles show, and tweeted to thank Kanye for coming along.

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"Shout out to one of my inspirations @kanyewest for coming to the show tonight. Had to go big. #PurposeTourLosAngeles night 2," he tweeted.

The Stronger rapper hasn't been shy of expressing his appreciation for Justin's music in recent weeks, and previously sang along to What Do You Mean in another Snapchat video shared by Kim earlier this month.

Justin is mutually appreciative of Kanye's work and admitted to being left speechless while working with the rapper in the past.

"Kanye's a talker," Justin told French website Clique about their collaboration in 2015. "You get him in a room and he starts talking and ranting, I just sit and I listen. He's been through a lot of stuff and he's not just talking to talk, he has something to say from his heart. I just sit and listen because he's really smart."

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