Kanye West “King of Babylon” Sunday Service Choir Suing Him For 1 Million
Kanye may not have 99 problems, but there is one a lawsuit! Kanye held a big Sunday Service at the famous Hollywood Bowl in North Hollywood and some choir members are saying they weren’t paid!
Kanye has had a pretty rough year like the rest of us, but these choir members are saying they love God, but they want their money too!
Kanye has been commonly called a genius. These choir members are saying he kept making last minute changes and caused for a lot of overtime. They are stating they were paid their agreed wages just not the overtime. This particular event was sponsored and produced by Live Nation. These contracted workers are saying the event was set and ready to perform, but due to Kanye’s changes it took them into overtime.
Kanye West rebooted his Sunday Services in August on his Wyoming ranch. The rapper said all the appropriate safety precautions were followed during the first worship gathering from his gospel group during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Amen 🕊 pic.twitter.com/AQa4hsFtIa— ye (@kanyewest) August 17, 2020
“Praise God. We would like to thank our staff for making sure all Covid safety guidelines were followed today during Sunday Service at our West Mountains family ranch in Wyoming,” West tweeted. “We are beyond blessed to be able to share the love of Christ through worship.” The rapper shared video footage of the service, in which the choir, all dressed in matching burnt orange-colored outfits and standing in close proximity, without masks, could be heard singing praise in front of a gorgeous mountain background.
Guess what’s back!!!! pic.twitter.com/V39CS3I3cT— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 17, 2020
Wife Kim Kardashian West tweeted that, “For anyone wondering, Kanye’s team took every precaution to ensure the choir’s health and safety which is always top priority. It was filmed today without an audience. The music will be shared soon for anyone who could use a some uplifting.”
Another video featured a pianist playing an upright with another stunning vista on display, which, like the choir footage, did not feature an audience for safety reasons. It was the first Sunday Service since an Easter Sunday appearance in April.
Hopefully, they can get this resolved in “Jesus Name”.