Rap superstar Kanye West made a surprise visit to a Texas jail to perform a pro-God concert that left attendees speechless.
“You know, it really was like a worship service,” Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said Friday.
“Very uplifting, not only for the inmates that are in here, you could see some, you know, down on their knees in prayer, to even some of our teammates that were brought to tears, even his choir.”
“It was a very powerful moment,” Gonzalez added.
Harris County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jason Spencer also tweeted in support of West’s thoughtful gesture, saying the rap icon “brought some light” to people who needed it.
— Jason Spencer (@JSpencer_HCSO) November 15, 2019
“This is a mission, not a show,” West said during the performance.
West has been performing his “Sunday service” concerts regularly since the release of his album “Jesus Is King” last month.
He’s even coordinated with renowned pastor Joel Osteen to perform at his megachurch in Houston on Sunday.
This religious musical outreach to the black community is precisely why the left has been demonizing West in recent weeks, such as Comedy Central host Trevor Noah bashing the rapper for exposing the Democratic Party plantation and encouraging free thought.
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