Worshippin', Worshippin', Yeah! Sadie B Parodies Rebecca Black With "Sunday"

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It's Sunday, Sunday, Headin to church on Sunday, Everybody's lookin' forward to the Easter weekend, Worshipin', Worshipin', Yeah!

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    doesn't anyone understand irony?! it's a parody! I don't think she is being serious. i thought it was fun :) (i'm not a christian)


    Sam// is #winning!!


    It's an excellent video, and I'm happy to see such a young lady dedicated to Jesus Christ! Praise the Name of Jesus!


    Sadie B does a great song and video. Can't wait for more from her.


    once again Christianity is trying to push their message on us
    their lucky they disabled comment feature or ppl would be trollin


    I agree with Debbie. The song Friday was extremely bad no doubt but there is a limit to everything.

    I was a victim of bullying myself and these things these people have said about her is extremely disgusting. I cannot believe that no one has spoken up against it.


    I find it rather strange that you are using religion and christianity to approve of straight out cyberbullying of a 13 year old girl and encouraging the large amount of cyberbullying i have ever seen. It's no wonder so much bullying is on a very large increase in schools. I have heard teens, threatening to shoot and kill Rebecca. Teens wishing the family were dead. Teens wanting to choke Rebecca. Others telling her to die. Cyberbullying often is extended off the computer and sometimes with very serious dangerous results. Teens calling her an UGLY who.re. Teens telling her what ugly zits she has on her face. There are far more important Utube video's around talking on the amount of cyberbullying occuring to Rebecca which are far more relevant to our society of today. There are also some wonderful singers singing Rebecca's song really well. It's a shame you don't show them.


    omg thats really funny but still bad


    In Texas, she would be the most popular girl in school.


    how about MONDAY?

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