Kanye West and his machinations, whether he likes them or not, reach a whole new level of uniqueness. And we’ve all read the playbook of criticizing anyone who doesn’t conform to the norm. But that’s not Kanye West’s story. The rapper has gotten in trouble for good reasons, such as calling Death con 3 anti-Jewish and claiming that George Floyd wasn’t actually killed. However, before Ye was drawn into history-changing controversies and national debates, he was on a very different path.
Kanye: *releases album Jesus is King*
Jesus, looking down from heaven: pic.twitter.com/cKz4vAoSiu
— punani puff (@itsjacksonbbz) October 25, 2019
Do you remember the argument in 2019 that Ye had with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian on her tight corset dress? It didn’t appear out of nowhere. Kanye West is actually very religious. And contrary to popular belief, Jesus is King isn’t the first album where he’s incorporated his religious beliefs into his craft. Before the release of the album and the Sunday service that followed, Ye used a different method to share the Christian message with his friends.
Before dedicating the album, Kanye West pointed out a Jesus doppelgänger on stage.
In 2013, Kanye West released his chart-topping album Yeezus, named after what the rapper calls his “The Name of God.” The rapper’s sixth studio album includes his hit “Jesus Walks.” The song itself is great as the chorus falls on Ye asking God to show him the way while the devil tries to break him. West, performing “Jesus Walks,” literally carried Jesus on stage for twenty steps. You invited a Jesus lookalike and even worshiped him.
— Z (@zeeshanxz) October 20, 2013
This wasn’t a one-time event, the rapper followed suit in most of his Jesus Walks performances. When asked about his reasons for bringing God of Christianity on stage, the rapper said he had a “message” to deliver to his fans, The Hollywood Reporter reported in 2013.
Yeh said a pastor explained to him that one of the best things about Christianity is that we can represent it. “People are playing Jesus. You know what’s amazing about Christianity? We are allowed to portray God. said E. That, along with the fact that he wanted his fans to be able to say, “Jesus is my homeboy,” is why Kanye West brings Jesus lookalikes to his shows.
What do you think about Yes message? Let us know in the comments below.
The post Kanye West once brought a Jesus lookalike on stage to send a message: “You can talk to Jesus” appeared first on Somag News.