Kanye West Wants To Create A TikTok That’s Just For Christians

August 18, 2020 / Posted by:

Kanye West has been busy running a (failing) presidential campaign and is dealing with being allegedly spied on by malicious Democrats, and also resumed his Sunday Service But he still has time to think! And he’s thought of something great this time and it’s not shoe-related.

The Christian Genius Billionaire hopped onto his favorite prophetizing spot, Twitter, and let us know that he loves TikTok but as a Christian, he was “disturbed” by the content, so he wants to collaborate on a “JesusTok.” Gotta say, I think a JesusTok run by Kanye West would be plenty disturbing. JesusTok Hymen-Check Challenge!

Before Kanye shared his thoughts about how TikTok needs Jesus, he held another one of his Sunday Services on his ranch in Wyoming over the weekend. Kim Kardashian must have not yet gotten the scripts for her divorce storyline with Kanye, because she was there and tweeted pics, which make it look like a prison cult.

Well as a deeply Christian man, Kanye has some deep Christian opinions. Kanye told his millions of followers that as a “Christian father” he loves TikTok but he hates the sinful nature of it. He must have fallen into WitchTok. Ned Flanders Kanye was perplexed by what he witnessed on TikTok and so he decided to reach out and “pray” that TikTok collaborate with him on a new Jesus-only version.

TikTok with Jesus? So Christians on TikTok? That exists. Well, now we know why Donald Trump is trying to ban TikTok so hard. It’s for his bestie Kanye! Trump needs to clear the way for the child-friendly, Christians-only iteration. The first video will be the JesusTok dance debut of the KidzBop version of WAP: Worship And Pray!

Pic: Instagram

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