This Guy Sang Christian Worship Songs Mid-Flight, and People Are Fuming
The Singaporean strummed his guitar as he belted out a worship song on an EasyJet flight out of Poland, where he was volunteering with Ukrainian refugees.
A jovial young man with a guitar takes to the aisle along with a small chorus of other youngsters. They break into song and serenade those around them with a contemporary Christian hymn familiar to anyone who’s been at an Evangelical church a few Sundays.
It’s an awkward but familiar scene, in which eager believers proselytize their faith among strangers in a public setting. Except this time it’s taking place 30,000 feet in the air onboard a commercial EasyJet flight, as a widely mocked viral video of the incident from last weekend showed.
“We are taking this flight over for Jesus,” the man, identified as 24-year-old Singaporean Jonathan Neo, captioned an IG reel showing the video. The video was originally posted on TikTok and Instagram April 9 by his teammate Jack Jensz Jr, but went viral this weekend.