Kanye West And His Famous Sunday Services
Kanye West and his famous Sunday Services travel through America. Kanye West (42) shows his now-famous Sunday Services in more and more places in America.
On Saturday it was Salt Lake City, the home of the Mormon Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Between 7,000 and 10,000 people attended the free event, according to the report.
Ironically, the rapper had planned his spiritual service in a weekend where many Mormons are in town because of one of the two annual conferences of the church.
Kanye had also set up his camp across the street in a shopping mall.
However, the service went without problems.
In addition to music, Kanye naturally took the time to preach to his fans.
He discussed issues such as God, social media and social control.
Kanye also expressed his support for President Donald Trump.
“We have the right to our own opinion anyway”, he asked the crowd.
“If you’re black, can’t you like Trump? I never made a decision based solely on my skin colour.
That’s a form of slavery,” said the rapper.
For now, fans are eagerly waiting for new music from Kanye.
Jesus King was supposed to appear last month, but the release has been postponed indefinitely.