Kanye West’s Sunday Service Returns With ‘Covid-Safe’ Wyoming Mountains Gathering.
Kanye West has held his first Sunday Service in months with the stunning Wyoming mountains providing the backdrop.
The rapper, 43, has been spending time at his country ranch while using the secluded spot as a base for his presidential election campaign.
This morning, West shared a series of videos on Twitter including one which sees Kim Kardashian holding their eldest son, Saint, and swaying to the music as a piano is played behind them.
Another clip shows the Sunday Service Choir in full swing, while sporting matching deep orange outfits.
West captioned the video: “Amen.”
The Stronger rapper also reassured fans that social distancing was in place at the event.
“We would like to thank our staff for making sure all Covid safety guidelines were followed today during Sunday Service at our West Mountains family ranch in Wyoming,” he tweeted. “We are beyond blessed to be able to share the love of Christ through worship.”
The past few months have been a difficult period for West and Kardashian, who recently took a vacation which reportedly proved to be “marriage saving.”
West is currently running in the 2020 presidential election and announced his bid at a South Carolina event in late July.
The rally saw West burst into tears and marked the first in a long line of recent worrying displays from the star.
In subsequent Twitter outbursts, he took aim at everyone from Meek Mill to his mother-in-law Kris Jenner, and after a period of silence, Kardashian spoke out to remind the world of West’s bipolar diagnosis.
West’s presidential campaign has faced a number of hurdles as he races to get on the ballot in a number of states.
In New Jersey, West needs 800 signatures from registered voters to ensure his name is on the voting form when Americans go to the polls in November.
However, his campaign has been accused of voter fraud with a local law attorney claiming 600 of the signatures submitted by West’s team were defective.