Kanye West defends T.I. in Sunday Service rant

Kanye West picked a humble venue for the one-year anniversary performance of his Sunday Service shows: LA’s Skid Row.

Over the weekend, the producer took to downtown LA’s Union Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter that offers food and spiritual guidance to those in need, to host the usual choral performance — and to do some preaching.

Kanye West defends T.I. in Sunday Service rant at Skid Row

“I ain’t tellin nobody what to do, I’m expressin’ what I’ve been through. ‘Cause you know people love to take a soundbite and say, ‘This was not exactly devil-approved by the internet,’ ” says producer Yeezus in a video acquired by TMZ. He then appears to defend rapper T.I., who received much public condemnation in November for bragging about regularly having a doctor check his daughter’s hymen to confirm her virginity.

“They tryna play T.I., but he’s talkin’ about somethin’ that’s God-approved,” says West in the video. The statement is met with silence from the audience.

“I definitely saw a strong, compelling vision with the homeless problem, and I know that we can find a solution, worldwide solution” he continues, to applause, before launching into a nearly unintelligible sentence about Elon Musk and seemingly stating that Sunday Service provides “an alternative to opioids” and “an alternative to pornography.”

Last week, Last week,Kanye West drops Sunday Service album on Christmas Day. Kanye West commemorated the birth of Jesus Christ the only way he knows how.

The rapper dropped an album called “Jesus Is Born” on Christmas Day, featuring songs performed by his Sunday Service choir.

The “I Love It” artist first announced that he would be debuting another album on Christmas Day during an interview on Beats 1 in October, but fans were skeptical that he’d stick to his word, and rightfully so.

His first Sunday Service album and ninth studio album, “Jesus Is King,” was delayed multiple times before finally being released in October, much to his listeners’ chagrin.

But in a Christmas miracle, the gospel album went live on Christmas as promised.

West produced the album, which is comprised of 19 spiritual songs sung by his choir. Page six reported.


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