Pop Star Ariana Grande’s Hit Song ‘God Is a Woman’ Draws Controversy, Accusations of Blasphemy

It’s been a little over a week since pop singer Ariana Grande dropped her hit song “God Is a Woman” and it’s stirred up passionate reactions from both critics and fans.

The song is an anthem to female sexuality. Its central concept is that Grande is so good in bed, her partner is convinced to worship her as god.

“When all is said and done / You’ll believe God is a woman,” she sings.

The musicvideo, which already has 40 million views, merges religious and sexual symbolism. She is pictured performing sexual acts on planet earth, being worshiped by a choir dressed in white, and as a goddess in a recreation of Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam.

“Sex is empowering,” she wrote to a Twitter user who asked about the song. “It’s the source of all life.”

The song is #11 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart and the cosmetics retailer LUSH has even created a bath bomb named after the song. Fans can’t stop talking about it on social media.

“GOD IS A WOMAN IS THE BEST SONG I’VE EVER HEARD OH MY GOD ARIANA GRANDE INVENTED MUSIC AJDKDKDJS,” one Twitter user said.

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SOURCE: CBN News