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Kanye West Gone Fuck Around & Start A Church!

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While some are recovering from a wild night of tequila shots, Kanye West is catching the holy ghost.

On Sunday morning, West was front-and-center, in what looked like a church service. HotNewHipHop has the photos and videos, which show the rapper, and his followers, drenched in all white.

According to media publication, West instructs the choir to sing renditions of his own “Father, Stretch My Hands” and Fred Hammond’s “This Is the Day.”

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West first started to his Sunday Services at the beginning of the year. It has led many to speculate that he’s either working on building his own church community or gearing up to go on another tour. If so, he could definitely place the church on his many acres of land, found in Calabasas. However, despite the rumors, West is managing to keep quiet about his true intentions.

If either turns out to be true, it’ll definitely be a one-of-a-kind experience for everyone!

Thoughts? If Kanye West started his own church, would you join? What do you think he’d call it? Using the comment section, share, with us, what you think.

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