Kanye West‘s Sunday service is known for flipping popular tracks into soulful gospel ballads. And on most occasions, they’ll invite famous singers to come and put their spin on classic records. It’s gotten so big that they choir even hit the stage at Coachella last year.
Everyone from Sia to DMX have hit the stage during Ye’s Sunday Service.
This past weekend, Justin Bieber made a surprise appearance at the gathering and hopped on the mic. And no, he didn’t remix one of his famous R&B-esque Belieber records. Instead, he took a swing at performing his rendition of Marvin Sapp’s legendary record “Never Would Have Made It”.
It’s a church service full of folks that probably aren’t that familiar with Sapp and what that song means to the culture, so of course they thought nothing of it.
But Black History Month Twitter surely had a few things to say.
@sabreigha: I know you fucking lying!! Kanye West got Justin Bieber out here singing Never Would Have Made It??? During black history month??? Lmaooo
@_choirgirl: Justin Bieber singing Never Would Have Made It off the iPhone during Carter G. Woodson’s Black History Month. Jesus. Take me on over to Women’s History Month.
@5onabag: Wilder lost, Megan thee stallion Got Vanilla Milkshake’d by G Easy, Kanye Making Justin Bieber do covers To Negro Spirituals, My uncle just got A heroin addict pregnant, This the worst black history month ever.
Justin Bieber has done lots of things to swagger jack black culture.
But for some reason, this time he seems to be genuinely in his praise bag. Does Black History Month Twitter have a point? Or was Biebs just feeling the spirit? Hit us up on Twitter to share your thoughts.
Thoughts? The Biebs Singing Marvin Sapp’s ‘Never Would Have Made It’ Sent BHM Twitter Into A Frenzy was originally published on globalgrind.com
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