They are trying to get the rapper’s service shut down

This celebrity filled church must be feeling the heat because they are trying to get the rapper's service shut down by making a complaint with the police that the rapper's service doesn't have the proper permits.

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This celebrity filled church must be feeling the heat because they are trying to get the rapper’s service shut down by making a complaint with the police that the rapper’s service doesn’t have the proper permits.

Kanye West

Kanye West’s Sunday Church Service Is Too Loud for the LAPD

In the past, it may have been hard to imagine believe that Kanye West would miss out on the opportunity to join the hordes ranting about Donald Trump in the wake of the Mueller report. But this is 2019, which has brought us a very different kind of Kanye: one who’s so fully embraced his inner Yeezus that he’s pivoted to preaching, inviting others to join him on the path of spiritual enlightenment he’s embarked on each and every Sunday of this year, at his weekly weekend church service.

Not so surprisingly, given the runaway success of the celebrity church Hillsong, those services have been quite the success—just ask Diplo, David Letterman, Kid Cudi, or one of the many other celebs who’ve attended. (The event, if you couldn’t tell, is invite-only, though Variety has managed to track down a few anonymous individuals willing to break their NDAs and dish on West reportedly footing the bill for an entire choir to join him on a private jet.)

Somehow, though, it appears the Los Angeles Police Department didn’t get the memo. Over the weekend, two cops showed up to West’s most recent service sans invitation—unless you count that of the neighbors who asked them to address their noise complaints, which made Yeezus and his followers easy enough to track down. (West has yet to find a permanent home for the prayer circles, which come complete with a band, an orchestra, and a choir.) – Source