Pastor Claims He’s Been to Hell, Heard Demons Singing Rihanna’s “Umbrella”

A TikTok pastor claims he has been to hell sometime in 2016

GERALD JOHNSON – A TikTok pastor and motivator claimed that he had been to hell and heard demons singing Rihanna’s song.

TikTok pastor and Rihanna
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It was on December last year when Johnson shared via the video-sharing platform his experience in hell when he allegedly “died” in 2016 because of heart attack. In the said video, he detailed what he saw in hell including a burned man who was walking on all fours like a dog and with bulging eyes, as well as chains being carried by a demon.

The TikTok pastor went on to share the “musical” aspect of his experience, which he said “baffles” him even now. “There’s a section in hell where music was playing. It was the same music that we hear on Earth, but as opposed to entertainers singing it, the demons were singing it. It was some of the same lyrics we hear here,” he said.

Gerald Johnson said the lyrics he heard were “Don’t worry be happy,” “I bust the windows out of your car,” and “under my umbrella”. The first one is Bob Marley’s 1988 song Don’t Worry Be Happy, the second is Jazmine Sullivan’s 2008 single Bust Your Windows, and the third is Rihanna’s 2007 smash hit Umbrella featuring Jay Z.

@geraldajohnson1 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 ♬ original sound – Gerald Johnson

According to the pastor, when musicians use drugs to create their work in order to “get high, to give verses,” and “to get the swag,” they are actually enabling demons who “will give lyrics to manipulate people on Earth.”

The TikTok pastor subsequently acknowledged that he was upset with God for sending him to hell despite his good deeds. He also claimed seeing Jesus in the flesh.

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