Kanye West Brings Out Justin Bieber, Marilyn Manson at Halloween Sunday Service

Roddy Ricch also performed

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Nov 1, 2021

Yesterday, the artist formerly known as Kanye West held his first Sunday Service event in over a year, and invited famous friends Justin Bieber, Marilyn Manson and Roddy Ricch to take part in his latest act of devotion.

West's Halloween Sunday Service was livestreamed via Triller and the Fite TV app, where it could be viewed for $10. You can find shots of the rooftop production below.

Bieber appeared alongside the Sunday Service Choir to perform songs from Ye's album Donda, including "Hurricane," "Moon," "No Child Left Behind" and "Come to Life." Roddy Ricch, meanwhile, joined in for his verse from "Pure Souls," while a children's choir joined in a performance of the album's "Jesus Lord."

Manson's involvement marked his second appearance with Ye, having joined him onstage in Chicago at Donda's third listening event in August. The shock rocker is currently facing multiple ongoing sexual abuse lawsuits.

Read Exclaim!'s review of Donda.

Recently, West made his name change official, hit the studio with Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold, and grabbed a coffee with Michael Cohen.

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