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There have never been any boundaries set between separation of church and the state of rap music and as a result, there have been various religious groups who have called out rappers for their perceived sacrilegious lyrics.

Let’s face it. Hip-Hop falls comfortable under the First Amendment rights of freedom of speech and religion. Furthermore the parental advisory sticker means direct supervision should be enforced as with everything on this seedy planet. However, sometimes rappers get a little too flagrant with their rhymes and spew a healthy amount of blasphemy towards any religion at their choosing.

To celebrate Easter 2014, we at Hip-Hop have decided to give you an alternate take on the holiday and analyze 11 blasphemous rap songs in the gallery.

Scroll through to get a sample of all the records listed. Believe it or not, the content gets progressively worse.

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