Looks like Christian faith is a bigger draw then trannies

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Nice to see the pendulum swinging back again - from Agence France-Presse:

Fury as Kanye West hymn service pushes out transgender show
US rapper Kanye West was at the centre of a storm Monday after a Paris show by an acclaimed transgender performer was cancelled at the last minute to make way for one of his religious services.

The mercurial singer took over the Bouffes du Nord theatre in the French capital for one of his famous "Sunday Service" gospel hymn sessions during Paris fashion week.

His wife Kim Kardashian turned up for the service in an almost sprayed-on latex brown suit, one of three figure-hugging Balmain looks she wore during the course of the day.

But French trans performer Phia Menard was furious that her "Maison Mere" ("Mother Ship") show was pulled at just one day's notice to make way for the golden couple of American pop culture, claiming the audience was told it was cancelled for "technical reasons".

Menard -- one of the discoveries of the Avignon festival in 2018 -- refused take the news lying down, with her and her fans lambasting the theatre and West as an "imposter" on social media.

Enjoy your tantrum little ex-man. The article goes on to give the real reason for the change:

"The 98 people who had bought tickets were contacted and most came to her show the night before while the rest were reimbursed," the theatre's management added.

Kanye is a bigger draw. Mx. Menard is a legend in its own mind. Not in anyone else's - with the exception of the 98 sycophants. Enjoy your fifteen minutes - the time is fleeting. Tip of the hat to Don Surber.

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