A Drowning Immigrant Gets Saved By Jesus Christ Walking On Water In This Trailer For “American Gods”

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“You already know my name.” (drops mic)

The STARZ show “American Gods” is an adaptation of the 2001 novel of the same name by English author Neil Gaiman. The novel is about how mythological creatures and gods actually exist in our reality — the catch is that they exist because people believe in them. It is the power of their belief that brings these gods and creatures into existence. What’s interesting about the stories in the book is that immigrants coming to the U.S. have brought the majority of these spirits and gods with them. The show has already covered Norse, Egyptian and Nigerian mythology.

In this recent clip from next week’s episode, a group of Mexican immigrants make a daring attempt to safely cross into U.S. soil. One unfortunate traveler loses his strength and begins to sink, losing consciousness and going under for his last swim ever. Until he’s suddenly saved by a hand appearing from nowhere. The saved man washes up on the shore and dramatically turns around just in time to see Jesus Christ — yes, the Jesus Christ, walking on water in slippers and modest clothing. When the man asks what his name is, Jesus, perfectly backlit, with his wind blowing through his luxurious locks, mysteriously says, in perfect Spanish, “you already know my name.” The goosebumps!

The only thing wilder than Jesus walking on water is him moonwalking on water.

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Okay, no but in all seriousness, it’s a pretty cool visual.

Check the full trailer below and make sure you let abuela know to check it out.

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A Band Is Already Claiming That Fifth Harmony Ripped Of Their Song For Their New Single 'Down'


A Band Is Already Claiming That Fifth Harmony Ripped Of Their Song For Their New Single ‘Down’

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Their first post-Camila single is blowing up.

Fifth Harmony has just dropped their first single since Camila Cabello left the group and it is blowing up. The song, called “Down,” features Gucci Mane and the beat is sick af. It was released at midnight on June 2 and in less than 24 hours, the song made it to the top 10 of the iTunes charts. But it didn’t come without some drama. Just a couple of hours before “Down” was released, the band Terror Jr. accused Fifth Harmony of ripping off their song “Come First.” Of course their tweet digressed into two sides arguing the merit of Terror Jr.’s accusation.

Fifth Harmony has released their first single since Camila Cabello split with the group back in December.

And, yes, they already sang it live on “Good Morning America” to a very enthusiastic crowd.

It is already in the top three of the U.S. iTunes charts.

It took them just 6 hours to reach the top of the iTunes chart. Dayyuumm.

Harmonizers came out in full force to celebrate their group doing their thing despite all the haters.

Not to mention that the single was released one day after Cabello’s new single, “Know No Better,” with Major Lazer, Travis Scott, and Quavo.

Some people on Twitter are already trying to stir up some beef between Harmonizers and Cabello fans.


Can’t we just enjoy both of these songs without having to pit them against each other?

People are already so hyped over this song that they are calling it a “summer smash.”


But, during all the celebration, one band, Terror Jr., accused Fifth Harmony of ripping them off.


It seems that Terror Jr. is claiming that “Down” is a rip off of their single “Come First.” Fans of Terror Jr. are arguing that the beat, melody, and cadence of the words are too similar to be a mistake.

Of course, Harmonizers have come out to defend their group.

And a few fans have responded to the tweet calling Terror Jr. desperate for attention by any means necessary.

And those who support Terror Jr. are sharing this video that compares the chorus of both songs.

Well, the moment of truth…

READ: Group Texts Are The Worst And Fifth Harmony Feel Your Pain

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