BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – Jomo Johnson, a Washington, D.C., pastor, posted a video to social media on Easter Sunday initiating #TheJesusChallenge to live one year minimally by giving up one possession each day, week or month until next Easter. His first nomination for the challenge was Pastor John Gray of Relentless Church in Greenville, S.C., who received backlash for buying his wife a $200,000 Lamborghini last year for their anniversary and for wearing expensive Yeezy sneakers. “John Gray, a pastor from South Carolina, was shown in blood-red Air Yeezy 2s, the sneakers made in collaboration with Kanye West, that were going for upward of $5,000,” The New York Times wrote. Gray responded to Johnson’s #TheJesusChallenge. “First of all, Pastor Johnson doesn’t know me personally, and he certainly doesn’t know the bible,” Gray explained. “I bought my wife the car to appease her after she planned on leaving me because of the stuff she found out I was doing, and I am strong believer in saving a marriage through bribery. As far as my $5000 shoes, according to the bible, when the rapture takes place, believers still alive are going to be taken up, and will meet Jesus in the clouds. I am not going to meet my Lord and Savior wearing some raggedy sandals, like what what low income people wore when he lived in Jerusalem. And I’ll probably bring an extra pair of Air Yeezys, so after these wear out, I’ll have something to walk around in while I’m strolling down the streets of heaven.”