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Kanye West requested those working on 'Jesus is King' to 'fast,' 'not have premarital sex'

USATODAY.com Friday, 25 October 2019
Kanye West revealed to Zane Lowe he asked people not to have premarital sex while working on "Jesus is King."
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Kanye West apparently urged his Jesus is King album collaborators to fast and abstain from premarital s*x while they were working with him.

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