Twitter has had a couple of days to process its Jesus Is King-related thoughts, feelings and memes. Potentially no album this year has managed to generate as much admiration and vitriol. And owing to its numerous delays, the were plenty of hilarious and savage GIFs poised, come October 25.

In the intervening days, one question has divided fans and critics alike; is "Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A / You're my number one, with the lemonade" the stupidest or most brilliant line on the album?

Browse through our favorite reactions to Kanye's long-awaited, ninth studio album below.

When 'Ye said "You my Chick-fil-A" we felt that.

Well, some of us.

And the Hallelujahs on "Selah" was enough to convert some of Twitter's harshest critics.

However, we can all agree on one thing; Kenny G's sax was the real MVP on JIK.

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