Yeezus is with Jesus.
Kanye West launched his Yeezy Christian Academy this week, announcing the news on Twitter with a video starring its youngest members — including daughter North West, son Saint West, nephew Mason Disick and niece Penelope Disick — repeating the program’s apparent mantra of “Dear Future, I still believe in you.”
“Dear Future, I still believe in you. We still believe in you. We believe in our families,” the children state throughout the video. “In our future, we will heal. Our future has homes for everyone. Our future has food for everyone. Our future has love. Jesus loves everyone. Let’s lead with love! Our future is waiting on us!”
A press release for the academy only describes it as West’s “latest initiative for education,” and doesn’t provide many other details (Page Six has requested additional information). However, in the video, the kids all wear the same YCA-emblazoned blue T-shirts and appear to be in the same space with blue walls.
The release also says “the video demonstrates the responsibility citizens hold for the future of children in America.”
People on Twitter, however, joked that the rapper Future would think the video was about him.
“Future reading this thinking it was about him,” tweeted one follower who included a photo of Future looking awkward.
“Future watching this and thinking are these my kids?” tweeted another.
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