Christian activist slams drag queen for collaborating with Christian singer — now her album is topping Christian and gospel charts

In a tweet this past Wednesday, far-right Christian recording artist and activist Sean Feucht took a swipe at popular Christian singer-songwriter Derek Webb for his collaboration with drag queen Flamy Grant. Now, Grant’s album is topping Christian music charts.

“If you’re wondering the end goal of the deconstruction movement in the church, then look no further than former worship leader [Derek Webb’s] new collab with a drag queen” Feucht wrote. “These are truly the last days.”

Grant fired back at the tweet, writing, “End goal? Baby we’re just getting started.”

In another post, this time on Instagram, Grant wrote: “Sean Feucht thinks hardly anyone is interested in a worship song by a drag queen. Good Day deserves a spot on the #christianmusic charts, dontcha think?”

Hours later, Grant announced that her songs “Good Day” and “Bible Belt Baby” were topping the charts.

“Y’all. We did not flop. You f***ing activated. As of this moment, Good Day is the number one song. *AND* Bible Belt Baby is the number one album,” Grant wrote.

“Did I mention that it’s 10 months old???” Grant continued. “Not only am I the first drag artist to chart in Christian music; I’m the first to hit # 1.”

Webb’s new album features a song with Grant, titled “Boys Will Be Girls.” He said it was his “first Christian and gospel album in 10 years.”

In a previous interview, Grant said, “I’m a singing/songwriting drag queen named after arguably the most successful Christian artist of all time. In my house growing up, we were only allowed to listen to Christian and gospel music, so as a closeted queer kid, Amy Grant was my version of an inspirational diva.”

Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.