A Christian rock band singer condemned Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s Grammy performance, comparing it to an Adolf Hitler speech.
“Every dictator in history says that what they were doing was good, that’s what they believe,” Skillet singer John Cooper said Wednesday on his podcast “Cooper Stuff.”
“You go back and you read some of Hitler’s speeches, he’s like, ‘I’m gonna set people free! Free from the bondage of the Ten Commandments!’ In his mind, he’s a liberator … That’s what’s happening right now,” he continued.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion sang their hit song “WAP” while performing sexually suggestive dances, leading to a barrage of criticism and praise alike. Conservative activist Candace Owens described the performance as a “lesbian sex scene being simulated on television.” Owens told Fox News host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson that it was a celebration of “perversity in America.” (RELATED: ‘Too Late Degenerate’: Candace Owens Flames Cardi B For Deleting Photoshopped Tweets)
The Skillet singer said society was aiming to redefine good and evil overall, and cited Cardi B’s Grammy performance as the latest example.
“A society that is forced to applaud immorality and call it morality, because of the forces of intersectionality, that’s a society that is going to bring the judgment of God,” he said.