AceShowbiz - Kanye West's Sunday Service continues to make headlines each week. This time, the hip-hop mogul took the opportunity to honor Nipsey Hussle, who was murdered in front of his clothing store earlier this week, during the Sunday, April 7 service.
In a video which was obtained by TMZ, Kanye used an audio snippet of Nipsey delivering an uplifting speech before his choir descended into an ethereal rhythm to pay tribute to the slain rapper. "Just wanted to send some words of encouragement," Nipsey could be heard saying on the audio clip. "Y'all stay focused, y'all keep working hard. Believe in y'all self. Prove everybody that doubt y'all wrong. Show up every day. Stay pure. Stay motivated. Stay smart. Show love to your people."
Kanye was the latest rapper to pay tribute to Nipsey, whose death shocked the hip-hop community. Prior to this, J. Cole and Big Sean took a moment to pay homage to the "Racks in the Middle" rapper during Dreamville Fest.
Elsewhere at Kanye's weekly Sunday Service, his eldest daughter North successfully stole the show by taking the mic and showing off her singing skill. Dressed in a bright orange suit and white sneakers, the little girl passionately belted out the lyrics to Stevie Wonder's "As" while Kanye proudly smiled behind her. In addition, she sang the infamous "Poopy-di scoop" line from her dad's "Lift Yourself".
Sharing the adorable clip which on Instagram Stories, Kim Kardashian wrote in the caption, "Look at her moving to the front."
Beginning earlier this year, Kanye's Sunday Service is an exclusive event that only people who get invitation can attend. Despite that, it has been confirmed that the "Gold Digger" rapper will be bringing the service to this year's Coachella. "I'm really excited for Kanye to perform Coachella. I've never been," Kim dished during her appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", before explaining what they really do at the weekly event.
"It's honestly more like a healing experience for my husband. It's just music; there's no sermon," she said. "It's definitely something he believes in--Jesus--and there's a Christian vibe. But there's no preaching. It's just a very spiritual Christian experience."