Pope Francis Accidentally Says F*ck During Sunday Blessing.

Sup Travellers?! The Pope has gotten himself into a little bit of hot water after he dropped the F-bomb on stage during his weekly blessing on Sunday. He didn't spitefully say the F-word according to the New York Post. Pope Francis' native language is Spanish so some words that he says in Italian can probably get mixed up. That's what happened but his mispronunciation didn't go unnoticed. 

Speaking from the Vatican in Italian, he intended to say the word "example" or "case," which would have been "caso." Instead, he said "cazzo," which literally means "p*nis," but is also a synonym for "f*ck." 

What he said: "For this, Jesus many times chastised the rich because the risk for them to seek security in the wealth of this world is high.

"If each one of us does not amass riches only for oneself, but half for the service of others, in this f*ck [pause], in this case the providence of God will become visible through this gesture of solidarity."

In his sermon, the 77-year-old Pope had been urging for a peaceful solution to the crisis in the Ukraine but within seconds, his error was posted on the internet and had gained millions of worldwide hits as it went viral. 

Let's not be too hard on the old man. He had a good message but the word "case" just got lost in translation. His mistake was sort of like saying, "Can I have a fork?" And pronouncing the word "fork" like "fuck". It happens to me all the time [LOL JK]. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.