The story started when Keith Brown met Sister Bobbie Lively from Arkansas at a gas station in Pearl, Mississippi, where she gave him her album, Uh Huh.
Sister Bobbie Lively is 74-year-old lady, known by her rap name, Lyrical Lively. Lyrical Lively is not only a rapper, but also a grandmother, minister, theology teacher, and former missionary who is currently promoting her Christian rap album, Uh Huh, which, by the way, has serious beats.
Instead of tossing the CD in his glove compartment, Keith, who is a young African-American man, tweeted out a video of the album cover with Lyrical Lively’s “What Does the Word Say” song playing in the background. In a couple of days, the tweet received more than 57,000 retweets, 73,000 likes, and nearly 1 million listens on Facebook.
Although, she quickly rose to internet fame, Lyrical Lively said she released the bible-themed rap album to spread the word of God to the younger generation. This is her second album, produced by House of Judah Music.
Also Keith Brown had sent her a text message saying that she is being viewed by millions of users already. In response, Sister Lively texted him by thanking him and that she always prayed to God to send her an escort of angels to send His word to the hurting, lost lonely people. She ends her message by saying that the user was that angel she had requested from God, and right at the end, adds two emojis, The Telegraph reported.