The internet is freaking out about this grandmother's hidden talent
A 74-year-old woman who works as a Christian minister is giving us serious grandmother goals.
Keith Brown told BuzzFeed News that when he stopped at a gas station in Pearl, Mississippi earlier this week, Sister Bobbie Lively stopped him to chat.
She gave him a gift, and it wasn't cookies or a handmade craft -- it was her rap album.
The album is titled "Uh Huh," and features rhymes by "Lyrical Lively."
Brown graciously uploaded a clip of a song to Twitter, where it has since gone viral.
The internet has responded with nothing but praise, urging Lyrical Lively to spread her tunes across the web.
Apparently, she's really excited about it.
It's not just people on the internet who are fans, though -- celebrities have started to pickup on her charm.
Here is the band The Roots jamming out to her songs:
Though this might be her big break, she's been on the scene for a while.
The Rapping Granny has published books and albums to spread the Christian faith, and she even has a leg up on Taylor Swift with a Spotify page.
Keep rapping for Jesus, Lyrical Lively.
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