Irreverent and potentially unfunny picture follows.
This is the rizzle dizzle. Fo shizzle.
I don’t know, but their reactions are absolutely perfect!
Boys- be sure and keep both hands where we can see them when you’re leading the music in in opening exercises.
that is a riot, he’s going to drop it like its hot.
It makes sense, kind of. The last supper is where the sacrament was instituted, and who are we to say it wasn’t “gin and juice” rather than just wine.
Anything mocking Jesus bugs me. I don’t think it’s funny. I didn’t even crack a smile.
Jesus isn’t even in the picture!
How can you not crack a smile? I must be so jaded.
Leonardo must be rolling over in his grave.
This might be worse than the Book of Mormon Musical.
For those who don’t immediately recognize him, that’s Snoop Dog, aka Calvin Broadus Jr.
Has there been any definitive judgement on the reality of this photo of Snoop reading the Book of Mormon?
It is definitively a fake: note the extra finger on his hand.
It’s quite anachronistic, really. I mean, blacks still didn’t have the priesthood back then.
I’m with you anngb. Unless there is some deeper irony I am missing I don’t see the humor.
I heard a comedian–Chris Rock, I think, say that if he could get a black person to laugh, he knew he’d really been funny. Because white peole will laugh at anything. I’m like black people. I can’t fake humor or laughter. It’s got to be really funny. Gimmicky disrespect is just not funny.
This occurred prior to Brigham’s ban.
Snoop is a thug.
I’m sorry, but I don’t find it funny. Some things should be left alone.
I don’t get some of the comments here. Are you all seriously suggesting that a DaVinci mural is somehow sacred, and that changing it in an online photo is disrespectful to religion? Or God? Or what? How does that make any sense?
Sorry, but I find this as distasteful and sophomoric as a McNaughton painting. Just sayin’.
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