If there is one thing atheists hate, it’s Christians doing well for themselves.
That’s why they despise Chick-fil-A due to the CEO’s strong Christian faith.
And atheist heads exploded after Chick-fil-A got their biggest news ever.
Kanye West is one of the biggest rappers in the world.
He has a voice that has been heard around the world.
And now he is using that platform to promote his newly found Christian faith.
Over the weekend, he released his new record titled “Jesus is King.”
One of the top songs on the album, titled “Closed On Sundays,” which encourages his listeners to spend time with family, and to worship God on Sundays, makes mention of Chick-fil-A multiple times.
Of course, Chick-fil-A is closed on Sundays, which is their reason for being in the song.
The owners of Chick-fil-A stated they were “grateful” for the mention in his song.
Kanye West‘s record Jesus Is King was released on Friday after many delays and revisits. The record, teeming with Christian themes, was scrutinized in the days after by eager fans and critics alike. One song, in particular, drew a lot of attention. Kanye’s track “Closed On Sundays” features a verse mentioning the controversial fast-food chain Chick-Fil-A. The company has since commented on it, reportedly saying they were “grateful,” but fans didn’t have the same sentiment.
Kanye’s “Closed On Sundays” mentions Chick-Fil-A several times. “Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A / You’re my number one, with the lemonade.” According to The Blast, Chick-Fil-A was gracious to Kanye for the mentions. “We are always grateful to see excitement for the brand,” a representative for the fast-food chain said.
The verse was the most talked about on Kanye’s record and, of course, sparked countless memes both making fun of the rapper and supporting him.
Kanye West has made a miraculous transition as a person.
While his music was previously filled with profanity, he now creates family friendly music that promotes the Word of God.
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