Pope Francis is a jack of all trades. In his lifetime, he’s been a bouncer at a nightclub, a professor of literature, and now, he’s breaking into the music scene.
His new song, titled “So we can all be one,” is the product of a collaborative effort between Francis and Italian-Argentinian musician Odino Faccia. Its public debut came March 29, following Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square.
Written in Spanish, “Para que todos sean uno” was scored by Faccia at the pontiff’s request, using the pope’s own words, as a hymn for peace.
After getting his feet wet with hymns of peace, Pope Francis told reporters that he now wants to “step up his game,” and plans on teaming up with rap moguls Three Six Mafia for a collaboration. “BLANG BLAANGG MOTHAFUCKAAS,” he added, holding up the massive gold cross hanging from his necklace.
Pope Francis, who now insists on being called P Franky, then gave the media an impromptu sample of his forthcoming album, “Holy Land Hip-Hop.”
“I fucked your bitch, but mine’s still hotter. Put your bitch on her knees and gave her my holy water.
Party in the Vatican, shit’s gettin’ wild. Bangin’ shorties in my chamber, we do it Dogma style.
I’m the leader of the damn Papalcy, so don’t you bitches try to step to me,
Cuz JC Chrizzles, he’s my fuckin boy. We got the wrath of God — your gat’s a motha fuckin’ toy.”
Later that night, The Pope was pulled over for speeding in his pope-mobile. He was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and possession of cocaine..
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