News this week emerged of Katy Perry stripping naked in front of the video-viewing world for what she undoubtedly sees as a good cause—getting the vote out for Hillary Clinton.
The 31-year-old Perry pulled this unsavory stunt in honor of Voter Registration Day. As the scandalous clip rolls, the gospel-turned-raunchy pop singer emerges in American flag-clad pajamas and lollipops stuck in her hair.
“I’ve got some great news. This year, you can look like [expletive] when you vote. Yep, I’ve briefly scanned the Constitution, and nowhere does it say you can’t just roll out of bed and come to the polls in whatever state you woke up in. In the name of democracy, any ‘just out of bed’ look is A-OK.”
Here’s the unrighteous rub: Perry apparently sleeps nude. In the video skit, she plays off this reality by showing up to the polls and disrobing as she prepares to cast her ballot. But her perverse plans are foiled as two cops arrest her and carry her off to the backseat of a police car.
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“Scratch that. Gotta wear clothes,” Perry says. “My bad! See you at the polls November 8!”
This may seem funny to many onlookers, but it’s a sad testimony of a woman who used to sing to the glory of Jesus. Perry, whose given name is Katheryn Hudson, was raised in a Pentecostal home as the middle child of two traveling ministers. But she has strayed away from the way her parents taught her to go.
This is not the first time she’s chosen ungodly paths. Perry actually empowered the gay agenda with her smash hit, “I Kissed a Girl.” Now she’s stumping for pro-abortion Hillary. I know this grieves her parents, who have in the past cried out for the body of Christ to pray for her and not judge her.
I’m praying for Katy.
My prayer is that Katy, and other prodigals like her who are caught in the glare of the celebrity spotlight, will return to her Father’s embrace. God is just waiting with open arms for her to come running over the hill. Let’s pray she finds her way home in her American flag-clad pajamas and uses her influence to advance the gospel instead of perversion.
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