They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But when does it go too far? Most Christians hope Jesus Christ is off limits no matter how genuine the attempt may be to imitate their lord and savior. Rap doesn't play by those rules though, not even on the Sabbath.
From Kanye West's controversial Rolling Stone magazine cover to Nas carrying a cross through arid terrain in his music video for "Hate Me Now" to Remy Ma sharing her own take on the crucifixion of Jesus, rappers stay emulating God's son. Here's a thorough look at rappers pretending to be Jesus. Get these guys some holy water, because they're thirsty.