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article imageJohnny Depp will burn in hell, says Christian Coalition spokesman

By JohnThomas Didymus     Dec 3, 2011 in World
The Pirates of The Caribbean star Johnny Depp was hoping to rival The X Factor with his new song "Jesus Stag Night Club," but it seems that his bid for a Christmas chart success has got him into trouble with Christians.
Lee Douglas, spokesman for the religious activist group The Christian Coalition, has pronounced judgment on Depp, saying "he will burn in hell for his filth."
Depp teamed with the British band Babybird, to record the song "Jesus Stag Night Club,"story of a drunken Jesus look-alike who drives a stolen car and hangs around lap-dancing clubs.
Lee Douglas, speaking to Daily Star, said: "I'm sure he thinks he's being very funny but he's simply a disgrace. One day, Johnny Depp and his cronies will face the judgment of our Lord and they will burn in hell for this filth."
A spokesman of another Christian group Focus on the Family Campaign, described the song as "appalling." He said: "We are sickened by Mr Depp's behavior. Why did he need to record this song? It is a slap in the face to Christians all over the world."
Johnny Depp in Public Enemies
Johnny Depp plays gangster Dillinger in Public Enemies
Courtesy NBC Universal
Daily Star reports, however, that Depp is unconcerned about the controversy over his song. Stephen Jones of the group Babybird, said, “Some people have no sense of humor.”
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