Published: Sun, November 17, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kanye Warms Up for Church -in Jail

Kanye Warms Up for Church -in Jail

Two days before Kanye West and his famed Sunday Service are slated to appear at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Texas, the rapper played two secret performances at the Harris County Jail on Friday. He and his choir performed for more than 200 male inmates at the jail.

The performance was reportedly a surprise to nearly everyone at the jail, as only a few people were involved in setting it up. I do know he has a busy weekend in H-City surrounding his go to to @lakewoodchurch, so respect him and his choir spending time with us. Like his other Sunday Service shows, this one was heavy on the faith aspect, which was clearly important to lots of the audience. Just a few hundred attendees are mentioned to have witnessed every present.

However, the Church's Sunday service also has an 11:00 a.m. service, wherein Kanye will be walking to the pulpit and will have a short talk with Joel.

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According to a Sheriff, Ed Gonzalez, from Harris County, West said that his visit was "a mission, not a show". West will return at 7 p.m. for a performance with his gospel choir.

Osteen will interview the rapper-turned-evangelist Sunday at his 17,000-seat megachurch in Houston, a church consultant advised the Houston Epic. Based on church spokesperson Donald Iloff Jr, as much as 45,000 members may very well be in attendance on the occasion. It is unclear whether the tickets are legitimate, as online ticket scams run rampant.

The venue only has seating for 16,800 people, but Kanye will perform in an overflow area that can accommodate many more. Yeezy's wife, Kim Kardashian, is also expected to attend the service, fresh off her visit with death row inmate Rodney Reed.

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