Liberals are just plain wrong for this…
To say Kanye West is a lightning rod would be making the understatement of the year. And like Madonna over the decades, West just keeps finding new ways to re-invent himself — and be controversial.
He’s done it again with his new album, “Jesus Is King.” West vowed not to “sleep until this album is out,” and after 16 months, he released it on Friday.
On the album is a song titled, “Closed on Sundays.” It’s an ode to Chick-fil-A’s famous policy of being closed on the weekend day, the Sabbath, the day of the Lord.
“Closed on Sunday, you’re my Chick-fil-A,” West sings in the song. “Hold the selfies, put the ’Gram away, Get your family, y’all hold hands and pray.”
When you got daughters, always keep ’em safe
Watch out for vipers, don’t let them indoctrinate
Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A
You’re my number one, with the lemonade
Raise our sons, train them in the faith
Through temptations, make sure they’re wide awake
Follow Jesus, listen and obey
No more livin’ for the culture, we nobody’s slave
The song has, of course, caused controversy. Some on Twitter blasted the tune.
“I *hated* “closed on Sunday she my chic fil a” the second I heard it and I’m gonna have to read it so many times before I mercifully die” wrote one Twitterer in a typical tweet.
“LMAOO this dude Kanye has a song on this album that’s says “closed on Sunday, youre my chick fil a. Number one, with a lemonade,” said another.
The song even drew a response from — you guessed it — Burger King.
open on sunday
— Burger Town (@BurgerKing) October 25, 2019
Src: The Daily Wire