Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has been known to quote Jay-Z, and he even found himself entangled in a Pitbull vs. Tupac debate. Tonight the tables are turned, though, as Atlanta-based rapper Big Boi follows Rubio’s lead on the Mayan apocalypse. Just 6 minutes after Rubio issued his take, Big Boi weighed in with his own tweet. Coincidence?
— Big Boi (@BigBoi) December 20, 2012
Well, yes, it’s just a coincidence. Followers of both men had a similar response, though.
— AllState_Twice (@allSTATE2x) December 21, 2012
— Laverne (@Crowderpeas27) December 20, 2012
@marcorubio "and the intelligent will dismiss all jibberish and nonsense". Brent 3:14
— Brent Goodell (@bgoodellYNP) December 21, 2012
— SK (@SharonKristina) December 21, 2012
With the Mayan apocalypse on so many minds, Rubio and Big Boi aren’t the only ones remembering Matthew 24:36.
ATTENTION EVERYONE: Matthew 24:36. That is all. Carry on.
— Xanthe Atkinson (@XantheAtkinson) December 21, 2012
No mAYan knows the day or the hour… – Matthew 24:36
— Depraved Wretch (@DepravedWretch) December 21, 2012
Read Matthew 24:36 and educate yourself before you partake in this foolishness.
— MM. (@mmilxo) December 21, 2012
Matthew 24:36. Guys, tomorrow's not the end of the world. 2012 was just a movie Hollywood producers made to http://t.co/ssZCAUVa
— Kaela Arrington (@kchelle_15) December 21, 2012
I'm really sick of these #EndOfTheWorldConfessions tweets. Seriously people. Read Matthew 24:36 for crying out loud!
— Shelby Robinson (@soshezahotty) December 21, 2012
For anyone who is even the slightest bit worried about tomorrow, read Matthew 24:36. No one knows the day or hour. #TheWorldIsNotEnding
— Scottie Kay Auton (@ScottieKay4) December 21, 2012
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