Liberals Implode as Kanye West Christian 'Sunday Service' Replaces Transgender Show
West performed at the Bouffes du Nord theatre in Paris, France
West performed at the Bouffes du Nord theatre in Paris, France, singing gospel hymn sessions during Paris fashion week.
Transgender performer Phia Menard blasted West after her “Maison Mere” (“Mother Ship”) show was canceled to make way for a Christian concert.
Both Menard and the fans blasted “imposter” West on Social Media.
The trans performer accused the theatre of lying “so they could cash in on a religious ceremony and the money the Donald Trump -supporting rapper” could pay them, she wrote on Facebook.
Menard said she had been treated with “contempt.”
“I am an artist, a trans woman, the director of a company, and I refuse to accept this denial and contempt,” said the performer.
The Bouffes du Nord told AFP that Menard's show was canceled because of the “technical incompatibility of the two events.”
“The 98 people who had bought tickets were contacted, and most came to her show the night before while the rest were reimbursed,” the theatre’s management said.
Kanye West Sunday Service in Paris | Culture Fashion pic.twitter.com/40O3am8cD7— Culture Fashion (@CultureFashion0) March 1, 2020
Vocal conservative and openly-Christian rapper #KanyeWest has been credited with a spike in Google searches from people looking up #JesusChrist and #Christianity, according to a report.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) December 26, 2019
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The theatre insisted that its “support for creativity, even at its most demanding, remains total.”
Last year, West's latest album “Jesus Is King” debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 Chart, making it only the fourth Christian-style album to enter the chart.
According to a report published by Billboard, it is West's ninth-consecutive album to have debuted at the number one spot on the chart.
The only other artist who has achieved nine consecutive albums debut at number one is Eminem.
West has frequently faced controversy for defending his support for President Donald Trump, asserting that making decisions or votes based on race is "mental slavery.