Police called to Kanye West’s Sunday Service over noise complaints

The weekly show was reportedly cut short after the arrival of the LAPD

Kanye West’s latest Sunday Service event was reportedly cut short by police, who received noise complaints about the musical, spiritual retreat.

The sessions, which take place in the Californian hills, have seen a number of celebrities attend the private concerts in recent weeks. Katy Perry, Courtney Love, Tyler, The Creator, and Orlando Bloom were present at yesterday’s event (March 24).

According to the Daily Mail, two LAPD officers were called to the scene after neighbours in the area filed noise complaints. Guests are said to have begun to leave the area before the authorities got involved.


West’s Sunday Services feature a gospel choir that reinterpret some of his past hits. This week’s edition featured renditions of ‘Dark Fantasy’, ‘Amazing’, and the ‘Watch The Throne’ track, ‘Lift Off’. During the session, the rapper reportedly told the crowd: “This is the last time on the mountain, so y’all gotta party with us.”

Meanwhile, the star recently partnered with Adidas to help raise money for one of America’s leading mental health charities via a series of pop-up “Yeezy lemonade stalls”. Situated across the country, the stands saw people selling limited pairs of his unreleased trainers, the Yeezy Boost 7000 V2 ‘Geode’.

Kim Kardashian West confirmed on Twitter that all proceeds made from the sales would be donated to the National Alliance On Mental Illness (NAMI).

The rapper is currently working on his long-awaited new album, ‘Yandhi’. The record was originally due for release in September 2018 but was pushed back two months. Weeks before the second release date arrived, West tweeted that he was delaying it again, but did not give a new date for when to expect it.