Hey there! Have you heard about the recent Twitter exchange that left everyone in stitches? Well, it involves none other than Penn Badgley, aka Joe Goldberg from the hit series You.
It all started when a user on Twitter mistook Penn for converting to Islam due to his latest GQ and Maison Valentino photoshoot.
But instead of getting offended, Penn took it in stride and replied with his trademark wit, stating that the user wasn’t too far off and that he had just finished fasting as a Bahá’í for their month of ‘Alá. He even wished everyone a happy Ramadan!
But that’s not all, folks! The Twitterverse then joined in on the fun, and what followed was a hilarious exchange that will leave you ROFL-ing. Who knew the charming and intense Joe Goldberg had such a great sense of humor, right?
So if you want to witness the funniest Twitter exchange, scroll down and check it out for yourself. Trust us, you won’t regret it!
“ik he was a muslim man by the way he would never talk to a girl he’s interested in but knows everything about her. mashallah tabarakallah”
ik he was a muslim man by the way he would never talk to a girl he’s interested in but knows everything about her. mashallah tabarakallah ❤️— naci (@sonk0r) March 28, 2023
@PareshaniNhKrni jamshed gulberg ?— maham bashir (@bubblebegum) March 29, 2023
“My bro doesnt only care and kill for love, but he prays and keep fasts too, legend”
My bro doesnt only care and kill for love, but he prays and keep fasts too, legend— Salman Asghar (@ChSalman_Asghar) March 29, 2023
“Habibi Badgley asking dua for all ummah on this Ramadan”
Habibi Badgley asking dua for all ummah on this Ramadan— ®oon@ kakar? (@_peperooni) March 29, 2023
Assalmualaikum, You ♥️ pic.twitter.com/Lvzr8R9jVJ— ??????? ???? (@TypicalZara) March 28, 2023
Penn Badgley mentioned that he belongs to the Bahai Faith. The Bahá’í Faith is a monotheistic religion that originated in Iran in the mid-19th century. It was founded by Bahá’u’lláh, who is regarded as the latest prophet in a line of messengers from God that includes Abraham, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad.
Bahá’ís believe in the oneness of God, the oneness of religion, and the oneness of humanity. They believe that all religions come from the same divine source and that their ultimate purpose is to promote unity and peace among all people. Bahá’ís also believe in the fundamental equality of all human beings, regardless of their race, gender, or nationality.
The Bahá’í Faith has its own holy book, called the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, which contains the laws and teachings of the faith. Bahá’ís are also encouraged to read and study the writings of Bahá’u’lláh and his son and successor, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.
One of the central teachings of the Bahá’í Faith is the importance of service to humanity. Bahá’ís are encouraged to work for the betterment of their communities and to promote social justice and equality. They also believe in the importance of education and the pursuit of knowledge.
Today, the Bahá’í Faith has more than 5 million followers in over 200 countries and territories around the world.
Take a look at the Bahá’í house of worship in Chicago below.