Montell Jordan Hopes to Offer Spiritual Guidance to Kanye West: 'I'm Always Available'

Recording artist Kanye West performs during the closing ceremony for the 2015 Pan Am Games at Pan Am Ceremonies Venue in Toronto, Canada on July 26, 2015.Reuters

Rapper Kanye West, 39, is not in a good place right now. He was earlier admitted to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California after suffering from exhaustion, but many people believe he is facing a spiritual attack.

Even though West has reportedly been discharged from the hospital, R&B singer and songwriter Montell Jordan, who is also a worship leader at Victory World Church in Norcross, Georgia, is offering his spiritual guidance to the rap mogul, if he is willing to receive it.

"I'm always available. The story I tell is an eternal story, so I'm giving him a remedy that anybody can lose it for a minute," Jordan told TMZ. "But if he reached out I would have no difficulty speaking with him."

Jordan said it's very clear West is troubled, not only physically but also spiritually and emotionally. The only way West is going to obtain true peace and contentment, according to Jordan, is if he seeks God and submits to His Will.

"I think he won't get the answers he is looking for through normal means. It's a tough one, honestly, because the business can do some things to you," Jordan said. "But I found that the only peace you're going to find is in the peace you don't get from just regular normal types of procedures. I find my peace in God."

For someone who belongs to the music industry as well, Jordan understands very well the pressures heaped on musicians like West. "I just think he's on a tougher journey than most because he's got a lot of responsibility on his shoulders," he said. "People in the music business are strong individuals. It takes tough skin to do what a guy like him does."

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