Maybe Someone Should Tell Kanye West that Jesus is Black, Not the White Guy He Has on Stage

Published On October 21, 2013 | By Big BOSS | News, The Barbershop

Kanye West, always one to take things over the top, has just started his “Yeezus” tour in the city of Seattle.  In pure Kanye dramatic fashion, the rapper brought out a so-called Jesus look-a-like onto the stage.  We weren’t at the concert, so we don’t know what he used the prop for.  But with the title of his album being “Yeezus,” it is only logical to assume that he was using the prop as a way to anoint himself as the hip-hop version of Jesus Christ.

Kanye isn’t original in his comparisons with higher powers.  Jay-Z also has a song called “I am a God.” But he doesn’t say if he is a white god or a black man.

But Kanye is clear in what he thinks Jesus looks like:  He’s a white guy with that same brown beard that people were looking at back in the 1970s when white people were the only ones who could accomplish anything good or powerful.  So, the same man who, eight years ago, said that “George Bush doesn’t care about black people,” still thinks that Jesus is a white dude.  Come on Kanye, you can do better than that.

Here’s some biblical evidence that Jesus looked a lot more like Kanye himself than then bearded Brad Pitt that he has paid to come on stage with him:

Revelation 1:15: “And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters.”

Go take a look and see what brass looks like when it’s been burned in a furnace…’s as black as Biggie Smalls.  A white guy doesn’t have feet like that.  Come on Kanye, if you’re going to compare yourself to the son of God, at least read the bible first.

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