People are complaining on social media that the “Kanye West Brunchella” service ripped them off. One woman is trying to get her money back.
Kanye West held a concert at Baton Rouge for the service and performed his Jesus is King album.
The church service was free, but if you chose to couple it along with the Brunchella food it cost $55, and now the organizers are under fire for how the event played out.
People have taken online to complain about buying a ticket for Brunchella and being unsatisfied with the meal.
One woman who took a photo of her meal at the event said she was very disappointed with the brunch she paid for.
The woman has been trying to get the local news to cover her story so she could at least get a refund, she spent $110 for two tickets.
Perhaps she should’ve gotten the grits.
Some people are saying they should’ve just attended for free and brought their own meal.
With a cold meal refrigerating their stomachs, fans were told Kanye was going to be hours late:
Day came, and went:
Hours later tensions were still boiling as people waited in the cold night. It’s reported that a 4 song playlist played on repeat, making tensions worse:
They also complained about a sad VIP area, that just had a “VIP area” sign:
Finally, he came:
In other news, during his appearance on Carpool Karaoke on Sunday, Kanye admitted he’s in debt, and that God awarded him with a $68 million tax refund for becoming a born again Christian:
“God is using me to show off. Last year I made $115 million and still ended up $35 million in debt. This year I looked up and I just got $68 million returned to me on my tax returns. People need to hear [from] someone that has been put into debt by the system, talk about these type of numbers now that they’re in service to Christ.”
But Kanye’s tax refund has nothing to do with God, but has to do with his friend Donald Trump’s tax break for the rich, which would actually explain a lot of things.
And now that Kanye West finds himself at the head of a church, as he continues making money from the people, he’ll also benefit from tax that churches are exempt from.