Of course, we all remember the song that put American Idol winner Carrie Underwood on the map, right?
Fresh off winning the fourth season of American Idol, Carrie Underwood released the first single off her debut album, this emotional little ditty called, “Jesus, Take The Wheel.”
Written by Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson, it was an absolute smash, her first country number one, and to this day, many listeners still take its powerful meaning to heart.
And some folks even take it… literally.
According to WJW, a Beachwood, Ohio, woman drove her car over 120 mph through a red light, struck another car, hit a telephone pole, hit another car, and then crashed into a house.
When officers responded to the call, the woman, who had her 11-year-old daughter in the front seat, said she wanted to “test her faith with God” and that she’s been going through some “trials and tribulations,” so she “let go and let God take the wheel.”
She done literally let Jesus take the wheel…
She and her daughter were taken to the hospital for evaluation, however neither them, nor the other driver she hit were injured. She also wasn’t under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The woman faces multiple charges for felony assault, endangering a child, and driving under suspension.
You what this means, right?
We gotta cancel Carrie Underwood. We can’t have her dangerous music infecting the minds of crazy ladies in Ohio.
So for one last time, before cancel culture steps in and you’re gone forever… take it away Carrie.