Donda West, mother of Kanye West, was laid to rest Tuesday morning at the True Vine Ministry church in her native Oklahoma City, Access Hollywood reports.
West, a former college professor and chair of the English department at Chicago State University, died November 10, possibly as a result of complications from a cosmetic medical procedure. She was 58.
Many of Kanye's friends and supporters attended the service, including Jay-Z and Beyoncé. R&B singer Anita Baker and John Legend performed at the private ceremony, according to the report.
Donda West's body arrived at the church in a coffin via white hearse, and after the service was taken to a cemetery by two horse-drawn carriages, the report said.
Kanye West was present at the service after flying in from two emotional dates on the European leg of his Glow in the Dark Tour. He became choked up while attempting to speak about her onstage in Paris on Saturday.
And while he has not released a formal statement about his mother's passing apart from a brief thank-you on the Web site of the Kanye West Foundation, he spoke about her at length onstage in Brussels on Sunday. His band then launched into a cover of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'," which Kanye said is the message she would give him if she were still alive.
Donda West was a native of Oklahoma and later moved to Chicago to take a teaching position when Kanye was 3 years old. She left her academic career in 2004 to co-manage Kanye and oversee many of his business dealings. He has paid tribute to her in statements and in songs throughout his career.
Kanye West is set to resume his Glow in the Dark Tour on Thursday night in London.