A Pastor Referred To Meek Mill And Drake’s Beef During His Sermon (Yes, Really)

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Apparently, the beef between Meek Mill and Drake is comparable to that of the Hebrews and the Israelites…

The two rappers have had a whirlwind week of angry tweets, back-to-back on-wax disses and long-awaited replies. After Drake’s “Charged Up” and “Back To Back” records were met by Meek Mill’s “Wanna Know,” the Internet has declared Drizzy the victor in their brief rap battle. As corporations like Whataburger and White Castle joined in on the banter, it seems one of the biggest hip-hop moments this year also made its way to the sanctuary. On Sunday (Aug. 2), one pastor pulled a bit of culture out of his robe to set the scene during his sermon.

Thankfully, this moment was documented by one very amused Twitter user:

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The man behind this hip-hop fan-friendly message is Rev. Dr. Grainger Browning, Jr at the Ebenezer AME Church in Ft. Washington, M.D. He also apparently told his congregation to look at their neighbor and say “I’m charged up:”

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Did you go to the wrong church this week, or nah?

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