21 times Grammy award-winning rapper, Kanye West for months now has been on a spiritual journey and as he grows in his faith, he has been attempting to draw others to God as well.
The father of four was recently a guest at Joel Osteen Ministries for a Sunday Service in Houston and his visit was such a massive success that it is now being reported that they are planning a possible national tour.
According to the celebrity gossip site, TMZ, West and Osteen will appear at Yankee Stadium on May 2 and they will almost certainly sell the venue out. West will provide music while Osteen will deliver the sermon.
TMZ further reports that their next venue will be Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, which happens to be West’s hometown and this is slated to go down in September.
TMZ further reports that its sources claim Osteen and West have been in regular communication talking about religion and are toying with the idea of expanding the kind of show they put on in Houston.
The plan is not set in concrete but it is believed they are eyeing Miami, Detroit and Los Angeles.
The proposed venue for the Los Angeles show is Dodger Stadium while the Miami, Chicago and Detroit shows would likely be in 2021.
In 2016, Osteen held a service in Detroit at Comerica Park.
We reported earlier that the “Jesus Is King” crooner says he might legally change his name to “Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West” for a year.
He made this known at the fifth annual Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York on 7 November, where he spoke with Yeezy footwear designer Steven Smith. He says this is in a bid to just to let people know it is not crass to call yourself a billionaire.
“When people say it’s crass to call yourself a billionaire, I say I might legally change my name to Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West for a year until y’all understand exactly what it is… It will be on the license plate”