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KANYE West has been slammed for dressing his kids in seemingly cult-like outfits for his Sunday Service.
The rapper’s daughter Chicago, five, and son Psalm, four, were seen wearing billowing white robes with face masks as they led the congregation in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Kanye, 45, founded the American gospel group Sunday Service in 2019 and often attends the weekly ceremonies with his kids.
Chicago wore a white T-shirt and pants with a loose white cape over the top.
She was seen heading into the church with members of the choir, who were in the same robes with added white hats to cover their heads and faces.
Psalm also arrived at the church wearing a white T-shirt and pants with Yeezy sneakers.
They were joined by Kanye, who wore a black padded “Polizei” T-shirt and leggings with built-in sock-shoes.
His wife Bianca Censori was by his side, wearing an outfit made of black gauze that covered her entire face and body.
Critics were shocked at the children’s outfits as they headed into the gospel, deeming them “creepy” and “cult” like.
One wrote on Reddit: “This is getting out of control. And their poor kids are forced to be involved?! If this isnt a cult, I don’t know what is.”
Another added: “You def dont even need to know what a handmaiden is to see the weirdness here!”
The user was comparing the outfits to those worn by female characters in the dystopian novel and TV series, The Handmaid’s Tale.
A third commented: “It’s so creepy!”
Kanye has four children with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian – North, nine, Saint, seven, Chicago, and Psalm.
They finalized their divorce late last year after she filed to separate in February 2021 following almost seven years of marriage.
Kanye secretly married Yeezy designer, Bianca, just two months after their divorce was finalized.
BIANCA IN THE BACKGROUND
Earlier this week, the U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that Bianca has been struggling with the spotlight.
While Kanye loves being the center of attention, an insider told The U.S. Sun Bianca, 28, is not all about it and prefers to be planning his next moves in the background.
The source said it was the hitmaker who dressed her in black gauze head to toe for his Sunday Service at the weekend, and she’s happy to go along with whatever he wants but doesn’t always like the spotlight.
“Bianca doesn’t hang too much with her own crowd, she’s all about Kanye and mostly with him 24/7, but dating Kanye really can be a full-time job,” the insider said.
“She loves fashion and art and dressing up but she’s not really about being famous, she is a lot more low-key than Ye’s other exes.
“She has struggled with the paparazzi being around at times and doesn’t want to be posting and giving interviews.
“Bianca has known Ye a long time, she has a lot of patience, she knows how to handle him, and is happy for him to be in the forefront.”
Meanwhile, Kanye is gearing up for his big return to fashion after being canceled last year for making anti-Semitic remarks, which saw him dropped by multiple big names.
The U.S. Sun revealed the star has hired Jewish American Apparel founder Dov Charney as the new CEO of Yeezy following years of friendship and working on other projects.
Dov is no stranger to being “canceled” as the Canadian entrepreneur and clothing manufacturer was fired by the board at American Apparel in 2014.
He was accused of a number of alleged failings, including misusing company money, violating the company’s sexual harassment policy, and offering significant severance packages without board approval.
“I want everybody to know I’m not ‘the Sleaze King,'” he later told ABC News in an exclusive interview. “‘The Sleaze King’ is another guy.
“All those accusations against me are crap. There’s allegations… we’ve resolved them. None of it — none of these allegations – were ever proven,” he said, explaining that some lawsuits were settled while others were dismissed.
Despite his past, a source close to The U.S. Sun said: “It is definitely a risky move with the allegations against him, but Ye supports him and knows what it’s like to be canceled.”