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HOWARD HOMECOMING DRAMA! Kanye West Popped Up With His ‘Sunday Service’ & Pissed Folks Off

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Kanye West brought his “Sunday Service” to Howard University’s Homecoming. However, everyone wasn’t feeling it. More inside…

Kanye West made a surprise visit to Howard University in Washington D.C. during Homecoming festivities over the weekend. And he served up his “Sunday Service” on the courtyard.

On Friday, it was announced that Ye would be making an impromptu appearance at the HBCU early Saturday morning and tickets sold out in minutes. Students were prepping for the Homecoming festivities, but they dropped everything to be in his presence.

Ye brought his wife, Kim Kardashian, and kids, North & Saint West, for the 8AM “Sunday Service” that actually went down on a Saturday. The Grammy Award winner performed his 2014 classic “Jesus Walks” along with his gospel choir performing a “Fade” rendition. Check it:






TV personalityTerrence J was also in the mix: 



Lori Harvey - Diddy's girlfriend - also came out to party it up:


Fun Fact: HU is Diddy's alma mater.

Not only did Ye bring the musical vibes, he also served up a 10-minute semi-sermon about slavery, African-Americans, and Christianity.  It almost felt like a continuation of his “slavery was a choice” rant.



In one clip from Kanye's speech, he delivered a controversial comment about slavery that had his guitarist puzzled.

”Next time the slave nets come out, lets all try and not stand in one place,” he said.

He continued, “I was in debt, I was in the mental hospital, I was canceled but the power belongs to God. As we stand here right in the yard of Howard University, does this look like canceled to you?.”

Wow. Such a huge ego. If you care to hear his full 10-minute speech, you can take a listen below:


So yeah, everyone wasn’t here for the PABLO rapper’s slavery comments.



Greg Carr, an associate professor at Howard's Department of Afro-American Studies, hopped on Twitter to ask folks to send Ye to the library because he had some books for him.



"If @kanyewest is indeed at #HowardU this morning, send him to the third floor of Founder's Library after he's done. I have some books for him. #TheMiseducationOfTheNegro," professor Carr tweeted.


Keneshia Grant – another professor at the HBCU – also reacted to Kanye coming on campus:



“This Kayne church thing makes me uncomfortable. There, I said it,” she tweeted.

You can watch the full service below:

Later in the day, Ye gave another surprise performance at George Washington University. He hosted his “Jesus is King: A Kanye West Experience,” a listening party for his upcoming album and an advanced screening for its corresponding IMAX movie. You'll recall, Ye said he's only making gospel music now. Deets HERE.



Photo: @amberalert123

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