Ye, who legally changed his name from Kanye West a few weeks ago, performed a Sunday Service concert for the globe just a few months after releasing his 2019 album Jesus Is King. After an 18-month hiatus, Ye returned on Halloween with a fresh Sunday Service concert. According to viewers who checked in to the livestream on Triller and Fite TV, the event was hosted on the rooftop of an unknown location and featured appearances by Marilyn Manson, Justin Bieber, and Roddy Ricch.
While Roddy Ricch was observed among the group in the surrounding throng, Manson, who was controversially welcomed onstage by Ye for Chicago’s Donda listening session, and Bieber each led solo prayers of their own throughout the ceremony. While this was the group’s first official Sunday Service event in 18 months, it was also the first time they performed live since DMX’s funeral earlier this year, when they covered Soul II Soul’s “Keep On Movin'” and Ye’s “Ultralight Beam.”
The performance comes after Ye’s Yeezy brand was hit with a lawsuit. Recently elected LA County District Attorney George Gascón filed the suit on October 22 for the brand for their failure to “ship items within thirty days and failing to provide adequate delay notices” to customers.