Video: DMX Cheered on by Attendees at Kanye West's Sunday Service While Delivering Prayer
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The 'X Gon Give It to Ya' rapper touches on a few things during his sermon, including accepting Jesus and blessings.

AceShowbiz - DMX continues making public appearances following his release from jail earlier this year. After performing onstage and making a cameo appearance on music videos, the rapper also delivered a prayer when he stopped by Kanye West's weekly Sunday Service in the Hills on March 17.

Clad in an all-black ensemble like any other attendees, DMX touched on a few things during his sermon, including accepting Jesus, blessings, opening doors that were once closed, being highly favored by God and shooting down the devil among others. In a video which was shared by Kim Kardashian on Twitter, the crowd could be seen cheering on him as he continued his preach.

"Morning prayer by DMX," the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star captioned the video.

Following his performance, DMX took to Instagram to share a picture with Kanye at the weekly event. There was also a picture of him with Scott Disick, who placed his hand on DMX's shoulder as they posed for the camera.

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Besides DMX and Scott, Kanye's Sunday Service was attended by the likes of Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner. Kim took to Twitter to share a video of her daughter North dancing with her friend as the choir sang. The 5-year-old girl looked like a total diva in a black dress, sunglasses and dark lipstick.

"Her favorite part of the week is dancing during Sunday Service," so the KKW Beauty founder wrote in the caption.

Kanye's Sunday Service marks DMX's latest appearance since he served a year in the Gilmer Federal Correctional Institution in Glenville, West Virgina after pleading guilty to federal tax evasion charges. Following his release, it's reported that the "X Gon Give It to Ya" rapper will be under supervised release for three years.

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