Kanye West's Sunday Service in Baton Rouge, Louisiana had masses, all present to worship the Lord and witness the star in action. The service that took place in Bethany Church and it was wonderful.

Curvine Brewington, a pastor at Crossroads Church in Lafayette, Louisiana wrote on Instagram, "In a crowd of 6,000 people from all walks of life, all ages, and all races, I witnessed over 1,000 people respond to The Gospel by raising their hands to accept Jesus as their Lord & Savior!"

According to the Pastor, there were at least 1,000 people who wanted to embrace Jesus. He also added, "Tonight, worship was lifted, the name of Christ was exalted, the Word of God was preached, a multitude prayed together, the Gospel was clearly proclaimed, and an opportunity to respond was given."

The rapper was present with his children and performed hymns with his choir and also songs from his latest album titled "Jesus is King." But, unfortunately, there were a few hiccups.

Kanye, along with his Sunday Service team were defamed for serving a subpar meal for $55 at the annual "Brunchella" fundraising event at the Bethany Church when one posted a picture of the meal that was served. The plate had a couple of pancakes and bacon, along with a sausage.

Soon, the post went viral, and Kanye and his team were wrongly accused. But, the fact remains quite the opposite. According to TMZ, Kanye didn't receive any money to perform on Friday. In fact, he covered the travelling costs, not just for himself, but for his choir as well.

The catering company, Lauryn's Fine Catering, who was in charge, has now taken all the responsibility. They said, "The catering company acknowledges it did not provide adequate food for ONE attendee and a social media post went viral."

They also added, "Kanye West and the Sunday Service collective should be disassociated with such claims surrounding the food at the event."

Before his Baton Rouge show, Kanye performed songs from his latest album, "Jesus is King", in front of a large crowd at The Forum in Los Angeles.

Kanye West Sunday Service Kanye West (c) speaks during Sunday Service at The Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral of New York on September 29, 2019 in New York City. Johnny Nunez/WireImage