AceShowbiz - After visiting a prison, a strip club could be the next stop for Kanye West's Sunday Service. Sapphire Gentleman's Club has invited the rapper to bring his choir and host his weekly sermon at its establishment in Manhattan, New York City.
According to The Blast, the vice president of the strip club has extended the offer on behalf of Sapphire. The letter was sent to Kanye's team on Thursday, November 21 and it reads, "I wanted to reach out and introduce myself. I am the Vice President at Sapphire Gentleman's Club in New York City, one of the premier gentleman's club in the country."
Inspired by Kanye's Sunday Service at Harris County Jail in Houston and at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church, the vice president praises the choir's performance for "delivering a powerful message in your signature stream of consciousness style, making several... interesting... statements throughout."
"Given your affinity for adult entertainment, we wanted to extend you an offer to deliver your free faith-filled concert in a new venue and to a new audience of Gentlemen's Club entertainers, service staff and more. We'd love to open the doors to our 39th Street location in midtown Manhattan and have you and your choir grace us with your presence," the letter continues to read.
The letter ends by asking Kanye to get in touch if he is "legitimately interested in our offer," and that, "We are serious about making this happen." A rep for Sapphire tells The Blast that Kanye's camp has not responded to the offer.
This is such an interesting offer since Sapphire provides adult entertainment for gentlemen, which may not align with the spirit of Kanye's Sunday Service. As the strip club itself boasts in the letter, "with 10,000 square feet of space, 8,000 lovely ladies on staff and all the VIP amenities you could dream of, Sapphire New York is sure to make every man’s fantasies come true."