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T.I. Felt "Exploited" By Church At Kanye's Sunday Service

3,245 views | September 25, 2019 | News | By hiphopallaround

Kanye West is having tremendous success with his "Sunday Service," from the beginnings at Calabasas to now a nation-wide event. He takes classic hip-hop & R&B and turns them into "Jesus Jams," pulling in thousands of people, first in Calabasas to Coachella, Watts, Chicago, Atlanta, and Wyoming where he recently purchased a $14 million ranch.
At West's recent "Sunday Service" in Atlanta, he pulled in celebrities like T.I., 2 Chainz, Lil Yachty at the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. A picture of T.I. from the service went viral because people say he made a "stank face." On his podcast, the rapper explained to Killer Mike why he felt "accosted" and exploited by the church.

Yeaaahhh Maaaan We MUST discuss what caused this look on my face in Sunday Service.... #Expeditiously @podcastone @applepodcasts

228.3k Likes, 4,937 Comments - TIP (@troubleman31) on Instagram: "Yeaaahhh Maaaan We MUST discuss what caused this look on my face in Sunday Service......."

 The rapper said the reason for his attendance was solely to support Kanye West, who was set to give one of his popular "Sunday Service" sets, when he arrived, the offering had already been collected. T.I., however, believes that the pastors smelled blood in the water once they saw three millionaires on the front row.
"When we sat down there was a whole new agenda. It was like they rung the red bell at the Player’s Club," T.I. expressed, while Killer Mike called it being "finessed out some money." T.I. further explained, "It’s not that I have anything against pastors or against preachers so-to-speak. It’s just I’ve been raised in the trenches and I was taught to peep game. You ain’t about to run no game on me. I will not be extorted.”

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Kanye West is having tremendous success with his “Sunday Service,” from the beginnings at Calabasas to now a nation-wide event. He takes classic hip-hop & R&B and turns them into “Jesus Jams,” pulling in thousands of people, first in Calabasas to Coachella, Watts, Chicago, Atlanta, and Wyoming where he recently purchased a $14 million ranch.


At West’s recent “Sunday Service” in Atlanta, he pulled in celebrities like T.I., 2 Chainz, Lil Yachty at the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. A picture of T.I. from the service went viral because people say he made a “stank face.” On his podcast, the rapper explained to Killer Mike why he felt “accosted” and exploited by the church.






Yeaaahhh Maaaan We MUST discuss what caused this look on my face in Sunday Service…. #Expeditiously @podcastone @applepodcasts

228.3k Likes, 4,937 Comments – TIP (@troubleman31) on Instagram: “Yeaaahhh Maaaan We MUST discuss what caused this look on my face in Sunday Service…….”


 The rapper said the reason for his attendance was solely to support Kanye West, who was set to give one of his popular “Sunday Service” sets, when he arrived, the offering had already been collected. T.I., however, believes that the pastors smelled blood in the water once they saw three millionaires on the front row.


“When we sat down there was a whole new agenda. It was like they rung the red bell at the Player’s Club,” T.I. expressed, while Killer Mike called it being “finessed out some money.” T.I. further explained, “It’s not that I have anything against pastors or against preachers so-to-speak. It’s just I’ve been raised in the trenches and I was taught to peep game. You ain’t about to run no game on me. I will not be extorted.”





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