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Pastor Describes Torture in Hell with Rihanna’s Music

Pastor Describes Torture in Hell with Rihanna’s Music

A pastor who claims to have experienced hell after temporarily dying during a heart attack has come forward to describe his musical purgatory experience.

When Pastor Gerald Johnson of the Faith Culture Church in Texas, United States, suffered a heart attack in 2016, “my spirit left my physical body,” he says.

He claims that despite being a man of God, he was denied entry into Heaven and fell to the earth’s core.

“It still baffles me to this day,” says the pastor in a now-viral TikTok video with over 4 million views.

“In hell, there was a section where music was playing. It was the same music that we hear on Earth, but instead of entertainers singing it, demons sang it. Some of the lyrics were similar to those heard here.”

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Gerald, who describes himself as a motivational speaker on social media, describes how demons ‘tortured’ him with songs by Rihanna and Jazmine Sulivan.

“It was the same music we hear on Earth, but instead of entertainers singing it, demons sang it. While up here, you can listen to music to help you get over a breakup, such as ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ or ‘Umbrella,’ but down there, every lyric to every song is meant to torment you,” he says of the experience, which he “wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy.”

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“Every lyric to every song is to torment you for not worshiping God through music when you were on Earth,” he says.

He claims that when musicians use drugs, they open a portal to hell, allowing demons to whisper lyrics to them, and allowing Satan to control people.

“You had the opportunity to worship him in church, at home, and through music, but you chose to worship Satan by repeating the lyrics that he inspired to enter the earth.”

In his opinion, the story should serve as a warning to those who prefer secular music to hymns and prayers.

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