West, 44, reportedly addressed the crowd at the L.A. Mission on Wednesday after dropping off 1,000 meals for Skid Row on Thanksgiving Eve.
After grabbing the mic, the “Donda” hitmaker decided to share some words of wisdom and faith with the people in the room, TMZ reported.
“The narrative God wants is to see that we can be redeemed in all these relationships,” he said. “We’ve made mistakes. I’ve made mistakes. I’ve publicly done things that were not acceptable as a husband, but right now today… I’m here to change the narrative.”
In his speech, the fashion and hip-hop gazillionaire confessed that he believes “The Kingdom” will help him repair things with Kardashian, 41, Page Six noted.
The songwriter was well applauded by the crowd after he got candid and shared that he believes that patching things up with Kim would inspire other families to overcome divorce and the “trauma the devil has used to capitalize to keep people in misery.”
Ye shares four kids with the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum, namely, North, 8; Saint, 5; Chicago, 3; and Psalm, 2. He said he wanted to be next to the kids as they grow up. If that means having to get a house right next door, he would gladly do so.
Kanye’s heartfelt message came just days after his estranged wife Kim reserved a private table for a bite with the “The King of Staten Island” star, who was reportedly sporting a hickey on his neck, in Santa Monica, according to E! Online.
Last month, the “Jesus Is Lord” singer admitted he still hopes to get back with Kim for his kids despite claiming he has moved on from her, at least by dating model Vinetria.
Kardashian, who married and divorced exes Kris Humphries and Damon Thomas before tying the knot with Kanye, filed for divorce in February after seven years of marriage with the man she called “the best rapper of all time” during her “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig.
“[W]hen I divorced him, you have to know it came down to just one thing: his personality,” she quipped in early October. “I know it sounds mean, but people keep telling me that comedy comes from truth. And if there’s one thing that I always strive to be, it’s genuine.”