Kanye West Says ‘Radical Obedience to Christ’ Got Him Past His Mental Breakdown

Hip-hop and fashion trailblazer Kanye West revealed his submission to Christ has been instrumental in his mental health journey.

The “Jesus Walks” rapper graces the cover of the August 2019 issue of Forbes and in an in-depth profile, titled “Kanye’s Second Coming: Inside The Billion-Dollar Yeezy Empire,” he opened up about his diagnosis with bipolar disorder and his successful Yeezy sneaker.

In 2016, West checked himself into a Los Angeles hospital which caused him to cancel his tour at the time due to mental illness.

When asked how he came back from that difficult season, West told Forbes it was “being in service to Christ, the radical obedience” that got him through.

The 42-year-old also mentioned his faith when talking about his Athletic Shoe empire, Yeezy sneakers, which, according to Forbes, is expected to generate $1.5 billion in annual sales this year.

“I’m just blessed through the grace of God to go from tweeting at Mark Zuckerberg,” West confessed. The rapper admitted he asked the technology entrepreneur for $1 billion to help fund his creative ideas when he was $53 million in debt.

In just a few years, West turned his life around. He owns 100% of Yeezy. The Chicago native has also taken a step back from his regular outspoken rants on stage and social media to focus his energy on what he calls Sunday Services.

West began Sunday Service meetings — which his wife, Kim Kardashian West, described as a “spiritual Christian experience” — this year. As of now, the events happen every Sunday and include gospel music but omit preaching.

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SOURCE: Christian Post