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Kanye West Takes His Sunday Service to a Real Church

Kanye West Takes His Sunday Service to a Real Church
Kanye West Takes His Sunday Service to a Real Church

The “Sunday Service” of Kanye West has gone from the mountain top to the church – well, a church that comes together at James Madison Middle School in North Hollywood.

The MAGA hat that wore recording artist, who allegedly told Nicki Minaj that he is now a born-again believer, brought his special service for the first time on Sunday at the California Worship Center.

West was accompanied by Gospel stars and pastors from the church, Warryn and Erica Campbell, as well as various celebrities such as Gwen Stefani, Tori Kelly, Blac Chyna, Messianic Rabbi Jason Sobel, who wrote together: “The Rock, The Road and The Rabbi” with Kathie Lee Gifford and Scooter Braun for the service that lasted from 11 am to 2 pm Punt

Last month, pastor Rich Wilkerson, Jr. from Miami Vous clearly that the meeting was ‘not a concert’.

Wilkerson said in part: “You should probably know that this is not a concert, this is not a performance, but rather an old-fashioned worship of Jesus Christ.”

In clips that are posted on Instagram, Kelly can be heard with ‘Hallelujah Jesus’, West wears shades on the keys in another, and there is a drum circle outside the building. TMZ reported songs like “This Is the Day” by Fred Hammond, “Lift Off” by Jay-Z, “Drop It Like It’s Hot” by Snoop Dogg and “Lift Him Up” by Tye Tribbett were used as part of the service.

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