Kanye Warms Up for Church -in Jail

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Kanye West has followed the Johnny Cash route and performed for inmates at a Houston jail.

During his speech at Osteen's church, Kanye, who has in recent years become a devout Christian and a Donald Trumpsupporter, talked about being silenced when it comes to talking about Jesus publicly, especially in California, one of the most liberal and secular states.

As you are probably already aware, the controversial American rapper has since found salvation and marked his transition with the release of his new gospel album, Jesus is King.

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On Sunday, West is taking his Sunday Service to Osteen's Lakewood megachurch, and a source exclusively tells ET that there will be two Ye-themed services. They were distributed through Ticketmaster.

The rapper is set to bring Sunday Service to Texas this weekend at Joel Osteen's church.

"I know that God has been calling me for a long time and the devil has been distracting me for a long time", West said. He will maintain his "Sunday Company" effectiveness inside of the church later that evening.

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But West's trademark boastfulness hasn't completely disappeared. "Now the greatest artist that God has ever created is now working for him", he said. "This is a mission, not a show", West told the crowd, ensuring that his motives were not misconstrued as a media stunt.

"We come from different backgrounds". "All the best voices, all the best dancers, all the worship for us to see that it's through Christ - following the Bible can free us all".

"So we get constant advertisements for spirits", he said.

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West's "Sunday Service" performances have included exuberant versions of hits like "Jesus Walks" and a handful of gospel songs, as was the case in Chicago in September. 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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