• During his 'visit,' he saw men running around like dogs and heard demons singing Rihanna songs (Umbrella E.t.c)
A Michigan priest Gerald Johnson says he briefly went to hell in 2016.
During his 'visit,' he saw men running around like dogs and heard demons singing Rihanna songs (Umbrella E.t.c)
The pastor alleges that he died briefly in 2016 before he came back to life.
He also named some more things he experienced in hell
- People are being thrown into the fire.
- The demons played Rihanna's song 'Umbrella, among other things while they continued to torture people.
The controversial man of God through TikTok says that some artist communicates with the devil to get music inspiration.
"Some artists abuse drugs, It's like they communicate with the devil to get inspiration to write music verses. Most of these verses mostly praise worldly things. But in hell, these songs are looked at as if they are praising God." He warned
Johnsonwent on to recall how songs including Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ and Bobby McFerrin’s ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ were played by demons to torture the humans sent to hell.
“It just blew me away,” the priest said,
“Every lyric to every song is to torment you [for] the fact that you didn’t worship God through music when you were on the Earth… you chose to worship Satan by repeating the lyrics that he inspired to come into the Earth.”
In the past, Controversial South African Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng popularly known as Prophet Mboro claimed he went to hell, met and killed Satan.
In a Facebook Post which was later deleted after a backlash, the pastor claimed God sent him to hell to get rid of the world’s number one enemy.
“When I got to hell, there was a queue of millions of people waiting to be brayed by Satan. I even saw some prominent South African politicians.
I was so shocked because they lived like angels here on earth.
I thought they went to heaven. When Satan saw me, he panicked and directed his army to kill me. Like Samson in the Bible, I defeated them. Satan was my last victim.”
Mboro has in the past claimed to have visited heaven and taken selfies with angels.