For one congregation in Sri Lanka, the Christmas sing-along service went a little different than planned.
At a Christmas Carol service, the lyrics to Tupac's "Hail Mary" were printed in the bulletin instead of the traditional prayer. While one of his more iconic songs, the rap is definitely not suitable for a church gathering.
The church bulletins included lines such as “Revenge is like the sweetest joy next to gettin’ p—-” and “I’ll be down in the dark/Thuggin’ eternal through my heart,” as well as references to violence, according to PEOPLE.
Father Da Silva from the Archdiocese of Colombo in Sri Lanka, which helped organize the event, apologized for the mix-up.
“We are very sorry to say that this happened,” he said.
According to Da Silva, the printer had been a young boy who downloaded the wrong version of the song.
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