Kanye West held his Sunday Service in Dayton, Ohio on Aug. 25 in honor of the victims and survivors of the mass shooting that took place in early August.
Kim Kardashian West wrote via Twitter, “In support of the victims and survivors of the Dayton mass shooting.” She also shared the link to the Sunday Service on the post for the people at home to attend as well.
The ceremony happened under a huge, white tent where the stage was set-up floor level with the crowd surrounded, clapping along and singing together.
Some of the songs performed was a mixture of gospel beats and verses from hit songs such as Mary J. Blige’s, “Real Love.” West also played some up-temped beats that uplifted the crowd while they danced along and enjoyed being in the moment.
He also took it back to 2004 and performed “Jesus Walks,” which fits perfectly for this occasion while being at a Sunday Service. The crowd became hyped during this performing as West went from standing on the small, white, circled platform to the piano while still rapping the song.
Dave Chappelle also took the stage to give a motivational speech to the Dayton residents saying that they’ve been through a lot, but nothing will take away how strong they are.
Chappelle said, “The best way that we can honor our fallen is by getting up better than we were before.”
After three weeks that the shooting took place, West and Chappelle gave the residents of Dayton something to enjoy and be at ease with.