Priest Who Died Says Rihanna Is Hell's Soundtrack

Priest Who Died Says Rihanna Is Hell's Soundtrack

Rihanna is always on at the hottest party ever thrown.

Any DJ worth their salt knows that a good party requires plenty of Fenty, and it turns out Satan ain't no exception, at least according to a Michigan priest who went to Hell.

In a now-viral TikTok, Gerald Johnson claimed that he temporarily died after having a heart attack in 2016. But despite believing that he was "going upwards" due to doing "so much good in this lifetime," the preacher ended up descending into the depths of Hell, where he supposedly witnessed the kind of pain and suffering he "wouldn't wish [on his] worst enemy."

As Gerald went on to say, he experienced several "indescribable" things, such as seeing a man "walking on all fours like a dog and getting burned from head to toe" while wearing "chains on his neck," and a part of Hell where a choir of demons play music as a form of punishment, specifically Rihanna's "Umbrella" and Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry Be Happy."


My experience when I saw hell in February 2016. I’ll never be the same after that. #hell #jesus #unforgiveness #forgive #godsaid #encouragement #geraldajohnson #jesuslovesyou #moveforward

Granted, he did explain that the demon choir purposefully tries to inflict maximum trauma by performing the songs "very badly," meaning that "every word of every song was made to torture you for the fact that you didn't worship God through music while you were on Earth."

That said, Gerald did eventually make it back to the mortal realm. So even though he's now eagerly anticipating a journey to Heaven the second time around, it seems like the rest of us are bound for an eternity of fiery flames, chain collars and standing under Rihanna's umbrella — and we're honestly looking forward to it.

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