People scalping tickets for US$250 to Kanye West’s Sunday Service today

The Sunday Service that Kanye West is using to spread his faith and promote his latest album, Jesus is King, may be having an effect that Ye doesn’t want.

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It has been revealed that leading up to his performance at the Lakewood based church of pastor Joel Osteen, unscrupulous persons have been scalping tickets.

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The tickets, which are free, was offered to the public through online ticketing agent Ticketmaster and was gobbled up within seven minutes. What this means is that there should be a full house for the event today which begins at 5:30 pm. 

Kanye West with his choir at the Sunday Service in Kingston, Jamaica

However, news has come forward that persons are now taking those tickets and then selling them for a lot of money. Tickets are being offered from between 50 to 500 dollars to persons who may have an interest in seeing the ‘Jesus Walks with Me’ singer.

However, organisers are asking persons to be cautious and to avoid going through these lengths to try and see the show and if they can’t get a ticket to the live show it will also be available online.

West has recently dropped his ninth studio album ‘Jesus is King’ after becoming a Christian.