Oh, man. Megan Phelps-Roper never seems to get tired of pop songs, does she?
The daughter of the Westboro Baptist Church's Fred Phelps is at it again -- but this time, she's impersonating Eminem, not Gaga. And she's got some kid on the church's compound doing a really, really awful impression of the duo's hit "Love the Way You Lie."
The creepy part, though? The rapper's impassioned verses about domestic violence on the single eerily fit the Phelps' message.
You should be ashamed/
Didn't fear His holy name/
You're in His hands now/
You'll never have a chance again/
I guess you don't have your own strength.
Here's Megan Phelps-Roper's take on the "Love rhe Way You Lie" video:
In that video, near the end, the rebels demonstrate PERFECTLY the fires of hell, burning but not consuming. The verses that describe the concept fit the images they made! YAY!