Nicki Minaj’s ‘Super Bass’ Gets Religious Makeover [Video]

Rucuss staffJanuary 7, 2012

Rapper Nicki Minaj explained that her song, “Super Bass’ is about the guy you’re crushing over.

It is a tribute to girls who want to get their mack on but their taking a playful approach. But University of Florida student Raychel Manko decided to change up the meaning of the song. Instead of paying tribute to guys with booming systems she pays tribute to guys with Christian values.

Manko’s parody of ‘Super Bass,’ which she renamed ‘Super Grace’ is about a Christian girl’s appreciation for the God-loving men in her life and her patient wait for a sign from God. She debuted her version on Christmas day.

She’s already performed it live at Skit Night 2011. Its an event sponsored by Christian Greek organizations at UF. Manko wears a blug wig and sings lyrics such as, ” This one is for the boys with the Bibles/Trustin’ in the Lord through all his trials.”

Here’s the chorus:

Oh! Yes, I did. Yes, I did. Don’t even worry ‘bout who I is. I’m like Proverbs 31, and in Christ I’m satisfied but… Christian boys got my heart beat running away. But I need to guard my heart so I’ll pray, “God give me Your Hallelujah, Hallelujah grace. God I need Your Hallelujah, Hallelujah grace. Give me Your super grace.” Hallelujah, Hallelujah (x2) God, give me Your Hallelujah, Hallelujah grace. God, give me Your Hallelujah, Hallelujah grace. Give me Your super grace.

Manko and some of her friends even dance in the pews. Check out the video below.

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