Salt Lake City, Utah- Rapper Kanye West has been hasn’t quite painted a clear picture to eactly what he believes. His early hip hop song ‘Jesus Walks’ had people wondering if he was a Christian Rapper. West has done his share of secular tunes since then.
Kanye has an LDS neighbor that has been trying to get him and wife, Kim Kardashian to attend their local ward. Kim and Kanye were leaning towards Scientolgy like most Hollywood elites.
One night Kim and Kanye had a party to attend and they left their children in care of their neighbors daughter ‘Briezee Tolman.’ When Kayne got home the babysitter was playing a song for the children. It was the Mormon primary classic ‘Jesus wants me for a sunbeam.’ What is that!? That’s tight, yo! I’m like the new Jesus, said Kanye! He borrowed the CD to sample for a new track. West also fell in love with ‘Popcorn popping on the apricot tree.’ West was feeling the Primary Jams so much that he agreed to have the missionaries come over.
Not long after Kayne was ready to join the church and was baptised on March 20th, 2018.
West has never been happier
Kanye attended the 2018 LDS General Conference. Someone interrupted the event, surprisingly it wasn’t Kanye.
Kanye one day plans to be the LDS Church leader. He feels he would make a great church president. He told us that he was Jesus in a past life and he is just what the church needs.
There has been non word if Kim Kardashian will be a Mormon convert or not.
Salt Lake City, Utah- New legislation just passed making it illegal to deny that popcorn pops on apricot trees. Next spring when the apricot trees are in full bloom. You would be able to call the beautiful flowers “Blossoms” anymore. Well, at least in Utah. You will have to refered the white blossoms as “Popcorn.” Denying it’s popcorn could land you 30 days in jail and result in you paying a huge fine. It will be considered a Class A Misdemeanor to deviate from the teachings of the LDS primary song “Popcorn Popping On The Apricot Tree.”
A bit of history on the origin of this song. “Popcorn Popping On The Apricot Tree” is an old LDS primary song written by Georgia W. Bello in 1924 and was added to the Mormon Children’s Songbook.
Mr. Herbert takes these words seriously. So serious that he made denying it against the law.
“Popcorn does pop on the apricot trees, I’ve seen it with my own eyes and it’s ridiculous to say otherwise! This is the most important thing I’ve signed into law. This will be my legacy!” Said, Governor Herbert.