AceShowbiz - Kanye West was trolled on the internet after he was seen falling off a horse. In an attempt to recreate Jesus who rode a donkey when entering Jerusalem, the rapper was making his way into a church on the back of a horse. Unfortunately, it didn't end well.
Kanye, wearing a white robe, looked so awkward as he's holding onto the white coat placed on the horse's back while someone else was holding the rein and leading the animal to the stage. However, the horse became agitated and mercilessly tossed him off its back.
Before the "Jesus Is King" star fell off, two people were seen trying to calm down the horse to no avail. Once the rap star was flung off, the horse was led outside by the handlers. And during the commotion, the choir continued their singing and dancing on the stage.
"Please nobody should say he fell off he's high horse," one commented. Another wrote, "This n***a rolled in on a horse in church and made a complete A** of himself." One other said, "Kanye was really tryna ride a horse (donkey) in Church, too bad he got tossed. Anddd...the donkey of the day goes to #KanyeWest."
Kanye West started his Gospel performance last year after he declared himself a born-again Christian. He has since dropped two religious albums with the latest one called "Jesus Is Born".
The old Kanye who loved to curse and talked about drugs and sex was nowhere to be seen in his new studio offerings which received mixed reviews. He still made subtle diss like taking a jab at "Dancing with the Stars" but it's quite tame compared to his past lyrics.
He vowed to never perform his wild songs like it used to be now that he tries to get closer to God. The rapper said he would change his lyrics to be God-inspired.
"Now that I'm in service to Christ, my job is to spread the gospel, to let people know what Jesus has done for me," he explained. "I've spread a lot of things. There was a time I was letting you know what high fashion had done for me, I was letting you know what the Hennessy had done for me, but now I'm letting you know what Jesus has done for me."