Aside from having a large fan base on Earth, a Texas pastor claims one of Rihanna’s songs is very popular in hell. Gerald Johnson, who oversees the Gerald A. Johnson Ministries in Texas, took to TikTok to share a video of his experience in Lucifer’s abode after his spirit left his body in 2016 and journeyed to the center of the earth, according to Entertainment Weekly.
In the video, Johnson says the aforementioned location is “where hell is.” Johnson claimed to have seen a sinner whose entire body had been burned after entering the evil and fiery spiritual realm. The pastor also claimed to have witnessed a demon holding a chain and dog-walking the man.
“It still baffles me to this day. There’s a section in hell where music was playing. It was the same music that we hear on the Earth, but as opposed to entertainers singing it, the music, demons were singing it. It was some of the same lyrics we hear here,” he said.
Johnson also claimed that when current artists use drugs for work purposes, a portal in hell opens, allowing demons to whisper lyrics that will allow humans to be controlled by the devil, according to Entertainment Weekly.
“Music is used to get over a breakup here. “‘Don’t worry, be happy,’ ‘I bust the windows out of your car,’ or ‘under my umbrella,’ whatever,” the pastor said, referring to Bob Marley, Jazmine Sullivan, and Rihanna songs.
“Every lyric to every song is to torment you as to the fact that you didn’t worship God through music when you were on the Earth. You had a chance to worship him in church and at home and through music, but you chose to worship Satan by repeating the lyrics that he inspired to come into the earth,” he said.