Kanye West hasn’t been the darling in the eyes of the public as of late. From his vocal support for President Donald Trump to his TMZ comments on slavery, West has had his fan base divided these last few months. However, this didn’t stop his supporters from checking out his weekly Sunday services. Just this past weekend, he performed at his Sunday service live from Coachella and the merchandise being sold had a couple fans upset.
Among the items being sold were a couple church socks going for $50, shirts going for $70 and sweatshirts going for $225. Not only did this receive backlash from the public, but from known hip hop commentator, Joe Budden. The former rapper took to Twitter to send some shots to Mr. West.
From justifying bigotry on your ppl to Church merch and Coachella choirs…. God bless us all.
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) April 21, 2019
The price may be elevated for an artist t-shirt, but they’d still sell out considering his fan base.
No further dates have been announced for Kanye’s Sunday services as of yet.