An Iowa church, that is now shut down, released a video earlier this month that encourages youth to join their outreach program, but reports reveal it might have been a hoax.
Youtube user Brian Spinney posted the public video called "Rappin' For Jesus" to his page, which shows a pastor rapping along to a beat about the importance of Christianity.
According to the Christian Post, the video might be a hoax considering the Iowa church has been found shut down in 2004, but the website in the video was established on January 15, 2013.
Brian Spinney also revealed that he made the video with the pastor back when he was in high school, and sold copies of the song when it became popular.
The song is very controversial, in that the pastor and his wife both refer to Jesus as their "ni**a" throughout the song.
They even sold t-shirts on the website that say "Jesus is my ni**a" in order to promote their religion.
The site reports the mystery behind the church:
Chris English, pastor of GracePoint Church in Dubuque, told The Christian Post via email that he has never heard of West Dubuque 2nd Church of Christ or its pastor. He also says the video is offensive regardless of whether or not it was really created for a church youth program.
This seems to be pretty creepy, and so is the music video. Check it out above!