Kanye West has booked his Sunday Service choir to sing at a controversial evangelical event this weekend.
The rapper's gospel choir is booked to perform at Awaken 2020, a religious gathering that has sparked outrage from the LGBTQ community for its lineup of speakers.
The event is scheduled for the Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona on Saturday, Jan. 18.
Cindy Jacobs, who has been openly hostile towards gay marriage, and Lou Engle, an advocate of Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill, are booked to speak during the event, WENN.com reports.
Engle had high praise for Kanye, who gave up secular music to lead the unwashed masses to Jesus.
"We believe Kanye is a sign to this nation that in a moment, thousands and thousands can be swept into the kingdom when (God) converts key people and their voices will be like thunder," Engle told The Western Journal.
Kanye, 42, was not fazed by the backlash on social media. The producer and his wife Kim Kardashian, 39, watched the LA Lakers defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Staples Center on Jan. 13.
Fans online expressed their indignation and outrage that Kanye has agreed to allow his choir to perform at the religious gathering.
"People will still stan (stalk) Kanye despite him legitimizing and supporting radical anti-LGBTQ evangelicals/bigots," one fan tweeted, while another wrote: "What a f--king a--hole".
Kanye is rumored to be taking his Sunday Service choir on a world tour later this year.