Priest Who 'Died and Visited Hell' Says He Saw Demons Singing Rihanna

By Haider Ali in Bizarre On 26th January 2023

A priest who claims to have experienced a brief spirit visit to hell as a result of a heart attack claimed that while there, he saw demons tormenting souls using Rihanna's songs.

A Michigan priest claims that in 2016, after having a heart attack, his spirit temporarily went away and entered the Earth's core, giving him a vision of hell.

Many people who have passed away have claimed to have caught a glimpse of what lies ahead for them on the other side. They frequently described seeing a bright light and experiencing "profound, unconditional love."

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People who have these near-death encounters and who think they have witnessed the hereafter in all its glory often return to the world of the living with an entirely new outlook.

They claim that being so near to passing away made their lives more clear, but one man who claims to have seen the other side says he instead saw a glimpse of hell and saw devils torturing humans with music.

Gerald Johnson detailed what he saw in hell in a video posted to TikTok, saying that after seeing it, he "wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy."

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"As opposed to going up I went down. There was a section in hell where music was playing and it was the same music that you hear on the Earth, but as opposed to entertainers singing it, demons were singing it.

"It was some of the same lyrics that we hear here, I knew that on Earth a lot of the lyrics and the music and the songs are inspired by demons.

"Every lyric to every song is there to torment you as to the fact you didn’t worship god through music while you were on the Earth."

'Umbrella' by Rihanna was one of the songs he claims he heard demons singing as a means of torturing humans, and the inmates of hell also had 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' in their repertoire.

Rihanna has been confirmed as the lead act for the halftime show at this year's Super Bowl, which will make hell worthwhile for those who believe her music is that amazing.

At the very least, the demons in hell will be able to spice things up a bit more and switch to some new material because she recently released her first song in six years, "Lift Me Up," which was written for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.