Kanye West's 'Sunday Service' Reportedly Shut Down By Police After Complaints
26 March 2019, 15:00 | Updated: 26 March 2019, 15:17
Police turned up at Kanye West's latest 'Sunday Service' after neighbours complained about the noise levels, reports claim.
Kanye West's famed 'Sunday Service', which sees the rapper and his family joined by a full band, gospel choir and plenty of other celebs, has become a social media sensation with clips of the live sets regularly going viral online.
But Kanye's latest session, which was attended by Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom and Tyler The Creator amongst others, saw the police called after nighbours reportedly complained about the noise.
The Daily Mail reported that a source at the scene claimed once the police showed up 'celebrities started leaving' and that the reason the police were there was because of 'noise complaints from neighbours'.
North West, Kanye's daughter with his wife Kim kardashian, has become one of the biggest stars from recent 'Sunday Services' after videos of her dancing spread on social media.
After the police disruption at the latest 'Sunday Service' it's not known whether the events will be able to continue and neither Kanye nor Kim has yet spoken out about the future of the event.