Twitter Is Tripping On Kanye West's "Chick-Fil-A" Lyric From "Closed On Sunday"

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TWITTER – Most people are well aware Kanye West supports Donald Trump, but a line from the Jesus Is King cut “Closed On Sunday” really has people scratching their heads.

Twitter has come out in droves to dissect Ye’s ninth studio album and the lyric, “Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A/You’re my number one, with the lemonade” has exploded into memes and GIFs online.

The fast food chain, which has come under fire in recent years for its opposition to the LGBTQ community, is closed every Sunday to honor founder Truett Cathy’s Christian faith.

And evidently, Kanye is here for it — while the majority of Twitter is clearly not. But naturally, there were a few people who found the line Hila-Riou-S and made them want a chicken sandwich.

Check out some of the reactions below.

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Featuring Chris Brown, Keith Sweat, JoJo, and more.

After making headlines recently for his controversial take on homosexuality, R&B singer Tank decides to come through this weekend and share his new album Elevation.

The follow up to 2017’s Savage contains 14 tracks in total and features guest appearances from Chris Brown (Dirty (Remix), Keith Sweat, JoJo, Shawn StockmanLuke James, Power actor Omari Hardwick, and more. Meanwhile, production is handled by the likes of J Valentine, Cardiak, Harmony, and Doh Boy, among others.

“ELEVATION is about going to the next level, rising to the occasion of success and giving my fans the best music I have to give,” Tank said of the album. “R&B is my legacy and in my veins. I want to lead the charge to bring it back to its rightful place at the top of the charts.”

To coincide with the project, Tank is currently out on the road alongside Fantasia on her “The Sketchbook” Tour, which you can peep tour dates for right here if interested.

Out now, stream the new R&B project (below) and let us know what you think.

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Akon releases the 2nd of three new projects.

Akon continues with his global take over. After hitting us with the projectEl Negreeto a couple weeks ago, the Konvict Muzik artist decides to come through this weekend and share the second of three new albums called Akonda.

The 10-track, afrobeat-influenced project features a few Nigerian artists like Skales, Olamide and Kizz Daniel, among others. It’s led by the previously heard songs “Low Key” and “Wakonda.”

“The Latin culture, it’s amazing,” Akon said. “Growing up in New Jersey, [I was] surrounded by this culture. I love this culture, and ever since the beginning of my career I’ve been wanting to always collaborate.”

Out now, fans can stream the afro-beat project in its entirety via any one of the streaming platforms. Hit play and let us know what you think. Look for Akon’s third project, Konnect, to be dropping next Friday, October 25th.

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