Of Course Katy Perry’s Parents Are Anti-Semitic
A little background: After her parents decided to preach from the pulpit that Katy Perry and Russell Brand‘s divorce was a gift from God for their ministry, Katy made it a point to go on Twitter over the weekend and essentially tell them to shut the hell up:
- I am so grateful for all the love and support I’ve had from people around the world. You guys have made my heart happy again.
– Concerning the gossip, I want to be clear that NO ONE speaks for me. Not a blog, magazine, “close sources” or my family.
Of course, this might have more to do with the fact that it turns out her dad likes to make anti-Semitic quips during his sermons which shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who understands evangelism and its support of Israel solely so Jews can die in a future holocaust paving the way for Jesus to come back and blow shit up. No, really. Anyway, what Katy Perry’s parents should’ve realized before latching onto her divorce for publicity is that people would probably come to hear their sermons and rightfully go “What the actual fuck?!” before telling the entire Internet what they heard. Which is exactly what happened. Via The Sun:
Keith Hudson told hundreds of worshippers: “You know how to make the Jew jealous? Have some money, honey.
“You go to LA and they own all the Rolex and diamond places. Walk down a part of LA where we live and it is so rich it smells. You ever smell rich? They are all Jews, hallelujah. Amen.”
Haha! Jews have money. That’s good old-fashioned comedy. But, seriously, what’s great about this situation is it’s only a matter of time until this happens:
KATY: *opens door* Mel Gibson?
MEL: Hey, how ya doin’? (Holy hell those are huge.) Listen, your dad gave me your hand in marriage now that the queer’s done with ya, so I got a few minutes to make a baby and, you know, figure I’d stop by.
KATY: There must be some sort of mistake.
MEL: No mistake, but speaking of, I’ve got a few ground rules involving the jacuzzi. Got a lighter?
(Dear Tim Tebow, if you can hear my prayers, please make this happen.)