Monday, September 09, 2019

Kanye West Takes Sunday Service Home to Chicago


Over the weekend Kanye West took his weekly Sunday Service home to Chicago and made it open to the public...

The service was held at the Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island and began at 9am.









9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Until he start to try and market his stuff, I give him the side eye. But I've watched some of the services and they are the bomb. The music is even better. Whatevers clevers for this dude. To keep that mind of his in half way order, I say this is a good thing. Keep it up Kanye.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

How much of this is about the glorication of Kanye and not the glorification of God? He's been having the longest manic episode ever.

Alma's Daughter said...

So now this fool is hustlin' God?

He's looking for a tax break. He better be careful or he'll end up behind bars because the tax man don't even play like that.

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

I don't blame this clone. I blame the bored ass folks that would even entertain this headcase. The zombie apocalypse is real.

Anonymous said...

@10:49 Real it is!

Anonymous said...

Like Jay Camel and Rihanna, Koonye is another self-worshipping Luciferian. This dude needs to go somewhere with his Church of Psychotic Narcissism.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC
None of it is about glorifying God. Kanye is fulfilling his contract that states he can't retire. He went to court to get out of it but I haven't heard anything else about it. Also, he is peddling merchandise in the name of God and forces all of his "people" to purchase and wear the crap like uniforms. Not unlike Jay Z who will be doing concerts insisting you buy his crap also. These are the folks your mom told you to watch out for.

ms mac said...

He sure knows how to bring in the flock. These Sunday Services seem to be solely focused on folks being hypnotized by the music versus the Word because I don't think I've ever seen a clip where anyone is as immersed in the Bible as they are in song and dance. And he's pushing merch to boot. So what's the difference between this and a regular concert again? Oh nevermind ... I forget we're talking about sheep here.

Royal said...

As much as I love music I simply do not get this Sunday service jibe. Although, history has proven people are generally sheep in need of a shepherd. This shyt feels unusual.

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