Celebrities and God – Controversial rapper Kanye West's new album is called "Yeezus," an obvious play off Jesus. The album also features a song titled "I Am a God." West is no stranger to lyrics about his relationship with God. Hit songs "Jesus Walks," "The One" and "New God Flow" give insight to 'Ye's self-proclaimed "Christ-like" persona.
Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter – For some celebrities, their connection to God is all in the name. Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter often refers to himself as "Hova," a play off Jehovah, which means "God of Israel" in the Hebrew Bible.
Chris Brown – "Please Don't Judge Me" crooner Chris Brown said he felt "crucified" after fans lashed out at him on social media following an altercation with singer Frank Ocean. Brown went so far as to post a photo on Instagram of Christ hanging on the cross, but the post was removed shortly after.
John Lennon – In a 1966 interview with the London Evening Standard, the Beatles' John Lennon was famously quoted as saying, "Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue with that; I'm right, and I will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now." Lennon apologized for his statements after extreme backlash.
Madonna – Pop diva Madonna's name means "Virgin Mary," the woman historically known as the mother of Jesus Christ. Although she was born with the name, religion has played a large part in some of the songstress' tunes, such as "Like a Virgin" and "Like a Prayer."
Morgan Freeman – Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman often offers his bizarre views on faith and also refers to himself as God, telling interviewers that he is God because "God's created in my image." Morgan has even portrayed God on the big screen in "Bruce Almighty."
Shirley MacLaine – "Steel Magnolias" star Shirley MacLaine and West both evidently believe they are the Most High. In the actress' autobiography, "Out on a Limb," MacLaine proudly boasted, "I am God!"