Jesus Christ Goes Viral On K-Pop Stan Twitter

“Hana dul set, HALLELUJAH! Annyeonghaseyo Jesus imnida~”

Perhaps one of the largest fandoms of all time is Jesus Christ‘s. Yet, we still never expected to see photocards of Him K-Pop style.

Jesus in “Son Of God” movie. | 20th Century Studios & Relativity Media

Recently, someone shared a listing of a few King James Bibles on Facebook, offering them for free. That was not all, though. It appeared to come with a small print of a Jesus Christ painting.

| Facebook via @strwbryseul/Twitter

K-Pop fan (@strwbryseul) shared the listing on Twitter, asking, “why does it come with a photocard?” There’s no denying that it greatly resembles the size of a K-Pop photocard, although it was likely intended to be a bookmark.

The tweet soon went viral with 19.4K likes at the time of writing.

K-Pop fans’ replies were even more hilarious. Some suggested it was for the “Jesus stans,” a.k.a. d1sciples (or disciples).

And some confessed to being d1sciples who low-key wanted to expand their photocard collection…

Anyone interested in trading photocards?

Meanwhile, others wondered which version of The Bible this was other than King James.

Some speculated that you could get benefits as a pre-order. But it seems a bit late for that.

And, of course, not even Jesus Christ himself is free from the SNOW app filters! He is continually whitewashed…

That’s not the only injustice, though. He’s still not made his comeback! We’re waiting; it’s already been like 2000+ years.

This wouldn’t be the first time that Jesus Christ has gone viral on K-Pop stan Twitter, though. Previously, there have been several posts on both Twitter and TikTok about photocards of Jesus.


any trades 😝 jesus oppar 😍 #jesus #catholic #blackpink #bts #stayc #asap #pc #photocard



jesus oppar #kpop #jesus #photocard

♬ Awesome God – Rich Mullins


Looking for moots!! <3 #jesuslovesyou #jesusstan #jesusstan4life #fyp #catholictiktok

♬ original sound – Candi-chan

Further, a lightstick for a “Jesus concert” or “fanmeeting” is a recurring joke on the app.

Similarly, on social media in general, there are memes about autographed copies of The Bible!

Now, Jesus Christ comeback when?

Source: strwbryseul

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