Drag queen taunts Kim Davis with hilarious NSFW song to 'cheer up' Kentucky after election
Screen shot from Lady Bunny's "Going to the Chapel (of Kim Davis)" music video

Lady Bunny, a well-known New York City drag queen, recorded a song this week celebrating the fact that Kim Davis had failed to stop same-sex marriage in order to "cheer up" Kentucky residents who are disappointed by Tuesday's election.


After Tea Party-favorite Matt Bevin became the second Republican to win the race for governor in 40 years, residents were understandably concerned that he could leave thousands without insurance by gutting health care reform programs in the state.

"After electing a new GOP governor tonight, I thought Kentucky could use a little cheering up with a giggle or two!" Bunny wrote on her YouTube page. "Governor Bevin was a big supporter of Kim Davis, even visiting her in jail and rallying evangelical voters to her cause--which was refusing to do her job as a marriage clerk and wed gay couples in her county. My condolences to the 48% of the Kentucky electorate who voted against Bevin."

Bunny, who was born in Tennessee, says in the video that she's celebrating "all of my southern sisters staying strong for gay marriage."

To the tune of The Dixie Cups' "Chapel of Love," Bunny sings that "we're going to see Kim Davis, and we're going to get married."

The video features Bunny in a wedding gown while two actors posing as a gay Kentucky couple smoke meth, have sex with farm animals and perform other acts that are not safe for work.

"Living in Kentucky and we're going to get married / Living in Kentucky and we're going to get married," she sings. "Kim is Pentecostal but she lost out to the fairies / Going to the county clerk of love."

"We may make meth, whoa oh oh, and have no teeth, whoa oh oh / Cousins, we are and we all have bare feet," the song continues. "We were homeschooled and can barely read / but we'll never f*ck livestock anymore."

Watch the NSFW video below.