(NEW YORK POST) — Kanye West isn’t the only one who’s found a way to make money off his Sunday Service.
It appears that several attendees of last weekend’s Easter Sunday Service at Coachella are selling grass from the event online, according to The Shade Room.
Sold under names like “Holy Grass” and “Spiritual Grass,” baggies of the clippings of vegetation are going from anywhere from $7.90 (plus shipping) to a heart-stopping $405 (also plus shipping). The latter listing does include a pair of “Jesus Walks” tube socks, though.
Started earlier this year, Kanye has been hosting Sunday Service events where he and a choir perform gospel renditions of his music for a carefully chosen audience of friends and family. But on Easter Sunday, West brought the semi-regular concert to Coachella, where it’s believed 50,000 people were in attendance.
Earlier this week, it was reported that West was selling “church clothes” from the Coachella show on his website. Prices range from $225 for a crewneck sweatshirt to $50 for a two-pack of the previously mentioned “Jesus Walks” socks.