Kanye West Called Himself The “Greatest Artist That God Has Ever Created” During Sunday Service At Joel Osteen’s Megachurch

November 18, 2019 / Posted by:

If you get Kanye West talking he will not shut the hell up and he will say insanely stupid shit he considers highly prophetic or philosophical but it’s really just raving bullshit. Well Kanye got in front of Joel Osteen‘s Megachurch, which goes out to millions of people through live-stream and seats up to 50,000 at a time.  So what do you think happened? Kanye, of course, did Kanye and ranted out some nonsense including his declaration that he is the “greatest artist that God has ever created.” Which is untrue, we all know that it’s South Korean darling, Psy.

People says that Kanye got up on his friend Joel Osteen’s stage and went off about his holy calling. He said:

“I know that God’s been calling me for a long time and the devil’s been distracting me for a long time… When I was in my lowest points, God was there with me and sending me visions and inspiring me, and I remember sitting in the hospital at UCLA after having a mental breakdown and there’s documentation of me drawing a church and [wanting to] start a church in the middle of Calabasas.”

The Devil is the grandmother to your four children. Put some respect on you Mother-In-Law’s name, Kanye! Kanye continued by basically saying he’s a vessel for Jesus Christ:

“Because every time I stand up, I feel that I’m standing up and drawing a line in the sand and saying, “I’m here in service to God and no weapon formed against me shall prosper.” …Jesus has won the victory. I told you about my arrogance and cockiness already. Now the greatest artist that God has ever created is now working for him.”

But wait, there’s so much worse more. Kanye also went on about how people are only after Joel Osteen because he shows you “how good God is” which he should have followed up with, “when you use his word to generate millions of dollars of tax-free wealth for yourself.”

He also ranted against, get this, capitalism. Kanye said that all the good business people, producers, artists and designers work for the devil and strip clubs are evil and blah blah blah. He also made everyone be silent so that God could speak through him. And wait, he warned of the “indoctrination of the media” for children which makes them more “susceptible” to “consumption“.

I mean. Are you fucking kidding me? The dude who sold $50 socks with Jesus’ actual name on them, who is married to the woman who defines consumption in the modern era–whose entire career is based off driving sales, driving consumption, and manipulating imagery on social media–is now saying to millions of people–while standing in a MEGAchurch which earns millions of untaxed dollars–that consumption is a problem????????

There’s going to be an awkward conversation when Kanye and Kris Jenner next meet–after he’s been talking so much shit about her in Joel Osteen’s church. And what’s worse is he’s trying to get people to stop consuming and stop looking at pictures on social media? How would the Kardashians make money? Risky move, Kanye: she’ll take legal action against anyone.

Also does anyone else find it funny the guy talking about how strip clubs are evil is the guy who designed the outfits of last year’s PornHub awards? Just me? Okay.

Pic: Twitter

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