HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - April 8, 2016 - PRLog -- As if things were not weird enough in Los Angeles the city of stars and fancy cars just got a little weirder. A religious group, which we won't mention by name well because they sue for frivolous reasons, has opened a civil lawsuit against a music company for using Jesus Christ in a commercial ad. In the commercial a Caucasian male is dressed up like a hippie and claims to be Jesus Christ. This male then proceeds to tell musicians not to sell their soul to the devil for a record deal to instead independently sell their music on this music company's online music store called Music City. In the law suit the plaintiffs claim that, "Jesus Christ never gave consent to using his name and image". Furthermore, that, "Jesus Christ does not endorse nor approve of the vanity that comes from musicians that profit fortunes from their music". Which we find ironic since they are suing for $100,000,000 million dollars! We reached out to Music City for a comment but we only were able to reach programmers and coders who didn't have a comment. However, one intern did tell us that the video ad was filmed "all in good humor".
Here is a link to the controversial video that led up the the law suit: