Kanye earns another W.

Kanye West and his Sunday Service Choir have notched another W in the music world. According to BillboardWest and the Sunday Service Choir’s latest album Jesus Is Born is tracking as the No. 2 album on the Top Gospel Albums. The project moved 6,000 equivalent album units (3,000 in pure album sales) in the week ending December 26, according to Nielsen Music. The album was released on Christmas Day, one of the few projects from Kanye West in recent memory that was released on the originally planned date. Unlike its predecessor release, Jesus Is Born, Jesus Is King credits the Sunday Service Choir instead of Kanye West, which makes it their debut project.

Jesus Is King debuted at No. 1 on Top Gospel Albums, as well as Top Christian Albums, the all-genre Billboard 200, Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and Top Rap Albums on the charts back in the first week of November 9 with 264,000 units. It became the first album ever to lead all five of those rankings. It appears that West’s Gospel career is moving along quite nicely, and fans are still wondering if he will ever make it back into the world of secular music. It has been one year since Kanye embarked on his Sunday Service tour.

More than 50 tweets were published.

Mariah Carey‘s Twitter has been hacked. Over 50 tweets were published before the page was temporarily shut down and the tweets were deleted. Still, the damage was done. At 6:30 PM ET, Mariah Carey’s account tweeted “Eminem can still hold this pu**y..” The hackers were obviously trying to stir the Eminem/Mariah Carey/Nick Cannon pot. Not too long after the first tweet, the hackers sent out another Eminem targetted message. “Eminem has a little penis” the account tweeted. After the initial jabs at the rapper, the hackers got bolder and began spewing out all types of garbage.

“As soon as we were made aware of the issue, we locked the compromised account and are currently investigating the situation,” a Twitter spokesperson told USA Today. Several of the hacked tweets told users to follow third-party accounts and some posts also referenced the hacking group Chuckling Squad. The Chucking Squad also took credit for hacking Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account back in the Summer of 2019. “He was a member of Chuckling Squad but not anymore,” said a Chuckling Squad leader who goes by the name Debug. “He was an active member for us by providing celebs/public figure [phone] numbers and helped us hack them.”

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