Facebook. It’s place where people air relationship woes , where pictures of nights before should never see the light of day and where best friends sometimes become enemies.
Although the social networking site has many positive uses keeping friends and families connected, it is unfortunately a place where even the most heinous of crimes are admitted.
So one church has a message for its congregation, taking form in a gospel song: “You need to keep your business off of Facebook.”
“The things that you say, you know they’re gonna find out about ’em anyway,” the male lead singer croons, during what appears to be an actual church service, before heading back to the refrain.
“Those pictures that you post, you need to quit it because you’re doing the most,” another lyric went.
Then back to, “you need to keep your business off of Facebook.”
“Sunday you act like a saint, but your Facebook posts say you ain’t.”
Although posted in July, the video — “Keep Yo Business Off Yo Facebook” — is starting to get some viral attention now.
The video description calls it a “new christian classic about the pitfalls of hubris and lack of discretion in todays (sic) social media world.”
Watch the performance:
Who is now going to share this story on their Facebook?
This story has been updated.