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Fails: Is “Rappin For Jesus” The Worst Fail in Rap Fail History?Posted by Nathan S. on 02/12/13 | Filed under Humor, Videos, Fails
Before you even press play, I know what you're thinking. You've seen bad rap videos before, and you've seen bad Christian rap videos before. Sure, "Rappin For Jesus" is almost assuredly a fail, but is is really the biggest fail in rap fail history? Nathan must just be exaggerating in the headline to get us to click.
Ok, now press play. Wait for it...wait for it...wait for the :35 mark...boom! Did that just blow your mind. Yep, that...just...happened.
And just in case you thought the N word drop was an isolated accident, Sue, a woman who looks like she'd be more comfortable crocheting hats for kittens than holding a microphone, follows suit before joining her husband in a virtual chorus of "Jesus Christ is my nigger." So now this isn't just funny, it's full on fucked up. Although...I guess in a weird way they're saying that Jesus was black, which is pretty remarkable in its own right.
Before I go any further, I feel like I have to raise the possibility that this is a hoax. I've been burned before, and this is the interwebs after all, nothing's ever real. The "pop a cap in your ass" line feels just a little too good to be true, and would they really know enough to name drop Biggie? Plus this looks like it was made in the '90s, but they say "swag", which suggests its more recent.
Sweet baby jesus, I don't really know what the hell (pun intended) is going on here. Is this real? Is it possible that in 2013 white people are really this comfortable saying "nigger"? Although white people in general seem to think it's allright if used in a hip-hop context.
I don't know what's real anymore, I'm gonna need RefinedHype Nation to help me sort this travashamockery out.