A New York City strip club has invited the rapper-turned-gospel singer to bring his Sunday Service to the venue. Sapphire Gentlemen's Club posted a letter on Twitter, opening the door for West to deliver a concert to entertainers and service staff alike:
"I saw you recently brought your Sunday Service inside Harris County Jail and the Baker Street Jail in Houston. You followed that up by bringing the Sunday Service to Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church and delivered a powerful message in your signature stream of consciousness style, making several...interesting...statements throughout," Vice President Andrew Zarian writes in the letter.
Zarian says the club would love for West and his choir to "grace us with their presence."
West has been traveling around the U.S. holding “Sunday Service” concerts since January, including at Coachella, an outdoor shopping center in Salt Lake City and an Atlanta mega-church. It's unclear if West will respond to this invitation.
TMZ says he will soon embark on his Jesus is King tour, the first tour he's done in three years.