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Kanye's Sunday Service Crashes Utah's Big Mormon Weekend, Ye Preaches

TMZ.com Saturday, 5 October 2019 ()
Kanye West's album was a no-show, but the guy himself is keeping the good word going -- now, he's in Utah preaching ... and possibly raining on some Mormons' parade. Ye was in Salt Lake City, UT Saturday, where he held his weekly Sunday Service --…

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