“I went to hell, I saw demons singing Rihanna’s song ‘Umbrella’” – Priest



A priest identified as Gerald Johnson has captured the attention of many with his chilling account of his near-death experience, claiming to have witnessed demons singing Rihanna’s hit song ‘Umbrella’ in Hell.

The priest took to social media to recount his shocking journey into the afterlife following a heart attack.

According to the priest, during his brief journey into the afterlife, he expected to ascend to Heaven given his life’s devotion to God and his charitable deeds.

Instead, he shockingly found himself descending into depths of the Earth’s core, Hell.

“I thought I was going upward, because I thought that I had done so much good in this lifetime and helped so many people and made so many Godly decisions. But instead of going up, I went down. I went literally into the center of the Earth. That’s where Hell is,” the priest said.

During his brief visit to Hell, the priest described encountering scenes of torment and despair, including a section where familiar earthly music echoed.

To his surprise, it was not human voices but demons who sang songs like Rihanna’s “Umbrella,” each lyric transformed into a tool of torment.

“It just blew me away; it still baffles me to this day. There was a section in Hell where music was playing. It was the same music we hear on Earth, but instead of entertainers singing it, demons were singing it. On Earth, you can listen to music to get over a breakup like ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ or ‘Umbrella,’ but down there, every lyric to every song is meant to torment you,” he said.

“The things that I saw were indescribable. It makes me emotional. His eyes were bulging, and worse than that, he was wearing chains on his neck… it was a demon holding the chain. On Earth, a lot of the lyrics and music are inspired by demons. People come into contact with demons who give them lyrics to control people on Earth,” the priest added.

Reflecting on his experience, Johnson emphasized that despite his good deeds, he was not granted entry into Heaven due to unresolved feelings of unforgiveness towards those who had wronged him.

“The root of it is that although I did good and gave a lot to people, I had unforgiveness in my heart towards those who had wronged me. That’s my experience with Hell; it is a real place. God doesn’t send people to Hell; people send themselves to Hell.”

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