KANYE’S BACK! Triggers Outrage Mob by Mentioning Chick-fil-A in His Latest Song

Rapper Kanye West has sparked outrage by mentioning Chick-fil-A in his new song, “Closed on Sundays.”

The song, one cut from the album titled, “Jesus is King,” includes a chorus that goes, “Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A; Closed on Sunday you my Chick-fil-A.” [RELATED: President Trump Trolls Hillary Clinton, Says She Should Enter 2020 Race]

According to the song lyrics site Genius.com, other lyrics in the song say, “Follow Jesus, listen and obey. No more livin’ for the culture, we nobody’s slave.”

Elsewhere in the song, West sings, “Even if I take this walk alone; I bow down to the King upon the throne; My life is His, I’m no longer my own.”


Chick-fil-A closes on Sundays to allow employees time to worship and spend time with their families. [RELATED: REP. Ilhan Omar Files for Divorce Following Reports of Affair with Campaign Staffer]

“Closing our business on Sunday, the Lord’s Day is our way of honoring God and showing our loyalty to Him,” Business Insider noted that Chick-fil-A’s founder, Truett Cathy, wrote in his book “Eat Mor Chikin: Inspire More People.”

However, using Chick-fil-A to illustrate West’s point outraged some commentators.

“We’re clear on where Chick-fil-A stands and where they put their money when it comes to the human and civil rights of LGBTQ+ folks,” Dana White of Collective Action for Safe Spaces, an advocacy organization, told the Daily News in a statement.

“We’re clear that the Trump Administration is currently targeting LGBTQ+ folks. Kanye’s lyrics here are an anti-LGBTQ stance with strategic timing.”

Chick-fil-A has been slammed by some liberals as anti-LGBTQ due to donations from its foundation to groups that support traditional marriage. As a result, the highly successful fast-food chain has been under attack in places like San Antonio, which refused to allow a Chick-Fil-A in its airport. [RELATED: Devin Nunes Reveals That The Deep State ‘Knowingly Changed’ Whistleblower Protocol]

West has not issued any public comments about the song. However, Twitter has been buzzing about it.

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