Another day another wild Kanye West story.
Now that’s the Grammy award winning rapper has gotten saved and dropped a gospel album, he’s now been presented with a unique opportunity to save souls.
Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club in NYC, the premiere strip club has extended an offer to West to host his next Sunday service at their NYC at their 39th Street location.
Given Kanye’s affinity for adult entertainment and the fact that he has brought his faith-filled concert to prisons and, most recently, Joel Osteen’s megachurch, the club thought this would be a great idea. Deep sigh.
Peep their official statement below.
Andrew Zarian, VP, Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club also told HipHollywood, “We wanted to extend an offer to Kanye given his affinity for adult entertainment. He has long been outspoken about his indulgences and has recently cited adult entertainment as one of the reasons he turned to God. We think this presents him with a unique opportunity to spread his message and deliver a powerful sermon to a new audience in a new environment, following up on his recent appearances at prisons and a megachurch.”
We think this is a crazy idea, but stranger things have occurred. Ye has stated that he as of now will no longer performer his secular music so I’m not sure if it would seem like a contradiction to perform in a gentlemen’s club.
West did compare strip clubs to sex trafficking while at Osteen’s Lakewood Church so we don’t think he’s going to say yes.
He did recently perform songs from his recently dropped Jesus Is King album at Harris County jail in Texas … perhaps because he feels that’s a better place to win folks to Christ.
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