The 'Jesus Is King' rhymer is originally scheduled to perform for the Lakewood Church at the upcoming weekend service but has decided to pull out of the event.

AceShowbiz - Kanye West has backed out of pastor Joel Osteen's virtual Easter concert over safety concerns for his Sunday Service choir. The rapper had been slated to join actor/director Tyler Perry and singer Mariah Carey for Osteen's remote holiday worship, which will be livestreamed from his Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020.

However, while the original plan was that the choir would be masked and maintaining social distance while recording songs with Kanye for the gig, the 42-year-old rapper decided that he could not satisfy his artistic desires and safety concerns with these arrangements, so called off the appearance, TMZ reports.

The publication adds discussions were ongoing up until Good Friday, but the "Jesus Is King" star ultimately couldn't make his plan work.

The Easter Sunday service will be broadcast over Osteen's megachurch feed at his official website at both 9.30 A.M. EST and 12 P.M. EST.

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