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Kanye Didn't Clear His Sunday Service Tracks

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Kanye West has been profiting off of his Sunday Services, selling "church clothes" at prices between $50 and $225.

But he hasn't been paying for the music he's been preaching to.

Ye used tracks from the Clark Sisters during his big Easter Sunday show at Coachella.

However, he failed to contact the legendary gospel group and clear the rights, something they pointed out on Instagram.


Thanks for the love man we appreciate it. Taking the gospel to the world. ❤️❤️❤️@twinkieclark We own the rights to this music @thelegendaryclarksisters @kanyesundayservices #Sunshine #theclarksisters

A post shared by  The Legendary Clark Sisters (@thelegendaryclarksisters) on

 

According to experts, both Kanye and Coachella should have paid the sisters for the rights to their music.  Maybe Ye can make things right with them with lots of pairs of the "church socks" he's selling at 50 bucks a pop.

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