Kanye West kicks off Mother’s Day service with nod to his late mom


Kanye West remembered his late mom at his Mother’s Day Sunday Service as his daughter North joined the choir.

Just three days after welcoming his fourth child, the rapper staged his weekly Sunday religious gathering near his home in Lost Hills, California, and kicked off the event with a musical tribute to his mother, Donda, who passed away in November 2007 from complications linked to a plastic surgery procedure.

Kanye opened the Mother’s Day service in fitting form with his 2005 hit Hey Mama, which he has always dedicated to Donda.

The rap star’s eldest child, North, joined dad for the service and was spotted singing in the choir.

Kanye’s sister-in-laws, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, also attended the special Mother’s Day service, and shared footage of the “Beautiful Mother’s Day” aerial tribute they and the rapper had arranged for the mums present on Instagram.

Unconfirmed rumors suggest new mum Kim was also there with her mother Kris Jenner and Kourtney’s ex-boyfriend Scott Disick.