Kanye West Or Willard Preacher: Who Said It?
Both Kanye West and Gary Cattell, popularly known as the Willard Preacher, are notoriously known for hot takes and out-of-pocket sayings.
West once famously stormed the VMAs and even tried running for president. The Willard Preacher, on the other hand, parks himself in front of Willard every day and preaches his sermons to everyone and anyone who will listen…or those who just walk away.
Lately, West has incorporated some religious themes and hymns into his work. We even asked the Willard Preacher about West’s music back in the day. Naturally, we decided to compile some of West’s lyrics from his most recent studio album, “DONDA”, and pair ’em next to sayings from the Willard Preacher’s sermons to see if you could tell the difference.
Test your skills, challenge your friends, or just cheat and scroll to the bottom to check the answer key — we don’t care! Have a laugh, folks. They’re a lot more similar than you might think.
1) “Often times, I can tell people what they think about things without even knowing them. And I’m right.”
2) “When people come up to me and say, ‘You have your truth, and I have my truth.’ I ask them, ‘Have you ever picked up a dictionary?'”
3) “Guess who’s going to jail tonight?”
4) “Nowadays, if you want to be a whore, you have to work for it.”
5) “Tell me if you know someone who needs Jesus now. We’ve been through a lot of things.”
6) “They say you can’t know who God is, but why not?”
7) “Out of all the folks, after all the jokes, I’m the one that was chose.”
8) “Hard to find what the truth is, but the truth was that the truth suck.”
Think you cracked the code? Wanna see how you did? Realizing this paragraph exists solely to space out the answer key from the last few questions? Well…you’ve got us there.
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