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Beyonce Poses in Front of Jesus: Some Christians Lose their Minds

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bey and last superBy Dr. Sinclair Grey III

Beyoncé is at it again. After apologizing for using the audio from the fatal Challenger mission in her XO video, the diva is getting blasted from posing in front of Leonard DaVinci’s painting – The Last Supper.

The picture was seen on Monday moments after Beyoncé had apologized to NASA for sampling the audio of that horrific crash in 1986 that killed seven astronauts on board. Her apology for the sampling came on the grounds that many NASA employees (former and current) were upset with her because her actions resurfaced old wounds and hurts. In a statement to ABC News, Beyoncé said, “The song XO was recorded with the sincerest intention to help heal those who have lost loved ones.” She also added, “My heart goes out to the families of those lost in the Challenger mission.” Interesting? Maybe Beyoncé should have asked about it before she did the song.

Back to the main story. Beyoncé is seen posing in front of Jesus Christ in the painting – The Last Supper. No captions, just a pose. Oh, let me tell you what she was wearing. She had on a lime green mini-skirt and a revealing yellow bustiere with skinny straps and orange edging.

So far, we haven’t heard anything from Beyoncé about this pose. Some of her fans don’t see anything wrong with it while many in the church community are screaming.

Who knows what Beyoncé was thinking when she did this pose. A truly gifted singer and entertainer, Beyoncé seems to be stirring up controversy for herself when she doesn’t need to. Before anyone rushes to judge her, perhaps it would be best to wait and hear from her. I’m sure she has a legitimate explanation. Can’t wait to hear it.

Source: Black Christian News

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Dr. Sinclair Grey III is an inspirational speaker, motivator, author, organizer and liberator of persons from all intellectual, social and cultural walks of life. He is a committed advocate for communal change. Email: drgrey@sinclairgrey.org. Follow on Twitter @drsinclairgrey