Famous people are known to make ordinary statements that trend. Statements by these foul-mouthed celebrities can be silly, nasty and foolish; depending on the point they are trying to drive at. However, some statements obviously make headlines because of their controversial nature. Some actually go beyond the boundaries. Factboyz will be bringing to you, controversial statements famous people mocking the most respected being God and how they ended. These deaths could be coincidental, but they have one thing in common: They all mocked God. Enjoy the list!
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1. John Lennon: (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) During an interview, with an American magazine, he said “Christianity will end; it will disappear I do not have to argue about that. I am certain. Jesus was okay, but his subjects were too simple. Today, we are more famous than him”
Unfortunately, He was shot six times by an armed fan in 1980.
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2. Tangredo Neves: (March 4, 1910 – April 21, 1985) During his presidential campaign for Brazilian presidency, he said, “If I get 500,000 votes from this party, not even God would remove me from the Presidency”
He eventually got the votes, but he got sick a day before being made President, then he tragically died.
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3. Cazuza: (4 April 1958 – 7 July 1990) He was a Bisexual Brazilian composer, singer and poet. During a show in Rio de Janeiro, while smoking his cigarette, he puffed out some smoke into the air and said: “God that’s for you”He died at the age of 32 after diagnosed of AIDS.
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4. Capt. Edward John Smith(disputed): (27 January 1850 – 15 April 1912) Some sources claim the captain of the Titanic made the infamous statement “Not even God can sink it” when a reporter asked him how safe the ship was. He perished with the ship in 1912.
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5. Marilyn Monroe: (June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model, and singer. The American sex goddess was approached by Evangelist Billy Graham during a presentation of a show. Billy Graham told her how the spirit of God sent him to preach to her. After listening to Billy Graham, she simply said; “I don’t need your Jesus” A week later, she was found dead in her apartment. She died of barbiturate overdose.
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6. Bon Scott: (9 July 1946 – 19 February 1980) In a 1979 song, he said: “Don’t stop me, I am going down on the highway to hell” On the 19th of february 1980, Bon Scott was found dead, he had been choked by his own vomit! Could the lyrics of his song refer to the biblical hell? He alone can answer.
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