Church Accidentally(?) Prints Violent, Nasty 2Pac Lyrics in Hymn Book During Christmas Carol Concert

If you haven’t heard, muh rapper dun beez daid y’all.

Excerpt from metro.co.uk

Church-goers had been attended the carols event called ‘Joy To The World’ in Colombo when the mistake occurred on December 11.

They were meant to be singing a Catholic prayer, also called ‘Hail Mary’, when they spotted the wrong lyrics.

Pictures have since spread on social media, with people sharing those 2Pac’s lyrics.

Let’s take a little look at them.

‘I ain’t a killer but don’t push me
Revenge is like the sweetest joy next to getting p*ssy
Picture paragraphs unloaded, wise words being quoted
Peeped the weakness in the rap game and sewed it
Bow down, pray to God hoping that he’s listening
Seeing niggas coming for me, to my diamonds, when they glistening
Now pay attention, rest in peace father
I’m a ghost in these killing fields’

Accident? This looks like a deliberate act of sabotage to me. There’s no way to mistake the revolutionary fervor in these so-called lyrics. The majority of the country is Buddhist, with Catholics making up just six percent of the population.

4 thoughts on “Church Accidentally(?) Prints Violent, Nasty 2Pac Lyrics in Hymn Book During Christmas Carol Concert

  1. I never did understand this guy’s handle of Two-Pack. Pringles potato chips come in Two-Packs. Why not Six-Pack? That is much cooler and easier to understand.

  2. Pingback: Church Accidentally(?) Prints Violent, Nasty 2Pac Lyrics in Hymn Book During Christmas Carol Concert | Afro Futurism

  3. How does anyone tell them apart. I have a blind spot regards negroes. They all look alike to me. Does anyone else have this?

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