Kanye West Is Selling Church-Themed Coachella Merch — & The Internet Has Thoughts

After some back and forth about the set design, Kanye West actually did perform at Coachella 2019, bringing his weekly Sunday Service to the masses on Easter. And because no \'Ye performance is complete without a selection of merch for his fans to shop, the rapper presented \"church clothes.\"#Coachella pic.twitter.com/3E28Ui21Rc— Def Jam Recordings (@defjam) April 21, 2019 The 8-piece collection included neutral-hued items bearing slogans often heard in church. He included sweatshirts priced from $165 to $225 and bearing the phrases \"Holy Spirit\" and \"Trust God,\" as well as a pair of $50 socks that read \"Jesus Walks.\" Onlookers immediately took to social media to call West out for selling \"church socks on Easter,\" branding him \"a real Prophet for Profit.\" One user even labeled him sacrilegious. \"You don’t think selling $225 holy hoodies and $50 church socks on EASTER SUNDAY is some straight-up BLASPHEMY??,\" they wrote.Nigga sold y’all church socks on Easter you can’t make this k