- People planning to attend the rapper's service will be required to get tickets
- The event will take place in a 45 000-capacity hall
- Kanye is expected to discuss his journey to salvation and why he decided to leave his old life behind
Weeks after Kanye West was accused of commercialising the gospel, it has been reported that faithfuls will be forced to obtain tickets again before attending his church service.
The gospel rapper is expected to pitch his camp at evangelist Joel Osteen’s church on 17 November.
According to TMZ, the church reached outto tickets provider Ticketmaster to provide 45 000 tickets for the first people who will arrive at the venue.
The tickets will cater for the evening service where the rapper and his choir consisting of around 100 members will perform.
During the morning service which will take place at 11am, worshippers will not be required to get tickets and the first 4 ,000 people to arrive will sit in the mega dome.
Kanye and Joel are expected to discuss the musician’s sudden decision to shift from the secular world to salvation.
Before this, Kanye was condemned for overpricing food during his church service and making his flock pay before they entered the venue.
The rapper announced his decision to dump his old ways and embrace a new, pure way of life.
Kanye even released a gospel album dubbed Jesus is King which topped the charts and asked his employees to abstain from premarital coitus.
After his drastic change, the father of four banned his daughter North West from dressing in adult clothes and using make-up.
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