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Every weekend in Southern California, Kanye West holds his “Sunday Service.” The 42-year-old rapper is holding his program at a new place.
KimYe purchased a cozy $14 million ranch in Cody over the summer and are considering living there part-time. Reported on Daily Mail, West “wants to hold Service at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West museum this weekend.
“According to a post by the venue, West is planning on bringing a modest ’80-person choral group,’ along with him.”
The venue holds about 200 people seated and 700 standing. It’s unclear how many people are expected to arrive, but fans will most likely travel to attend.
West kept his service exclusive until recently he started popping up at locations around the U.S. Last weekend he took his Sunday Service to a mega Baptist Church in Atlanta, talking and rapping about “radical obedience to God.” The sermon went on for about 10 minutes with fellow musicians like 2Chainz, Chris Tucker and T.I in attendance.
T.I also squashed the “beef” he had with the “Jesus Walks” rapper over his relationship with Donald Trump. Seems like the ‘Sunday Service’ is having a positive impact on everyone.
Would you want Mr. West to bring it to your city? His ninth studio album, Jesus Is King drops Sept. 27th.