Kanye West brought his Sunday Service to Coachella for Easter Sunday but not everyone is singing his praises.
While some 50K fans flocked to the hilltop stage to take in West’s spiritual service, it was his latest drop of Yeezy merchandise that had folks screaming, “Good God!”
The capsule collection, which West dubbed “Church Clothes,” featured a range of casual threads bearing spiritual references — and ungodly expensive price tags.
The holy offering includes a pair of “Sunday Service” cotton sweatpants for $195, as well as a matching crewneck sweatshirt for $225 bearing the words “Holy Spirit” on the front and “Sunday Service at the Mountain” on the back.
Other items include a white T-shirt emblazoned with “Trust God” on the front for $70, an oversized white poncho for $75 and a two-pack of “Jesus Walks” tube socks for $50.
Needless to say Twitter had a field day dragging him.
“50 bucks for some damn socks?” one Twitter user lamented. “Kanye needs to go up for prayer.” While another said “I love Kanye but I ain’t paying $225 for a pretty basic hoodie.”
Insecure actress Natasha Rothwell even hopped on Twitter to criticizeWest for supporting a racist like Trump but wanting people to forgive him through his church clothes.
West did at least give fans the gift of song by debuting a new track called “Water” during his set. Fans in attendance and via the online stream were also treated to a selection from Teyana Taylor, Chance The Rapper and DMX who opened the service with a prayer.