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Kanye West Does Karaoke To His Own Music, Links Up With Dame Dash For 'Sunday Service' + The Game Was Warned About Kim K Lyric, But He Did It Anyway

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Kanye West had a fun-filled weekend, which included him performing his own song at karaoke and getting into the "spirit" during his weekly Sunday Service with his homie Dame Dash. More inside...

Kanye West took a break from music and fashion to have some fun with his wife Kim Kardashian West over the weekend. The couple stepped out in LA to party it up at their friend Vero Veronica's 40th birthday bash.

There was a karaoke session where Ye hopped on the mic and performed his 2007 hit single, "Good Life." And everyone was vibing out to it. Kim crowned him as the King of Karaoke. We didn't expect him to perform anything other than one of his tracks, TBH.

On Sunday, Ye - who recently pulled the trigger on a lawsuit against Roc-A-Fella Records - linked up with his homie Dame Dash before his fourth "Sunday Service," which is the rapper’s “inspirational jam session” that features a choir delivering gospel renditions of West songs and other inspirational tracks.

First, they hit up Dame Dash Studios:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Does anyone else feel like this is a failed attempt to get attention from Jay Z, or is it just us? We could be reaching, but....

After their session, it was time for "church"

 

 

 

 

Watch Kanye's karaoke performance and go inside his Sunday Service (with North West) below:

Did you see Ye semi catch the "ghost?"

After the service, Ye hit up a music store, showing off his new cut: 

 

In other news....

 

 

The Game previewed his new album, Born To Rap, recently and there's one lyric in particular that has been causing an uproar.

On one track that was previewed, The Game raps:

"I'm Kobe/I'm a goat nigga/I held Kim Kardashian by her throat nigga/made her swallow my kids until she choke nigga/I should apologize cause Ye my folk nigga..."

Some have been calling it a clout chasing attempt, while others have defended Game saying he has always rapped in this way and has never been one to hold back.

Now, there are reports that state Game was warned NOT to release the song with those lyrics, especially since he once called Kanye a friend and are seemingly cool with the Kardashian Klan. TMZ reports:

We're told before debuting the track, Game had both close friends and business partners urge him to 86 the Kim lyric -- because of a possible/likely ferocious reaction from Ye -- but he wouldn't budge.

Our Game sources say he was advised, at the very least, to reach out to Kanye before dropping the track, but Game didn't feel a heads-up was necessary. We're told that, at the end of the day, Game chose to rap his truth regardless of the consequences.

 

Oh, he also dragged Kylie Jenner into the mix as well: 

 

 

Lordt.

Based on The Game's recent IG postings (above), he siad what he said!

We're actually shocked 'Ye hasn't responded yet, but we're not holding our breath.

 

 

 

Photos: Team Kanye Daily's Twitter

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