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I died temporarily and saw demons play Rihanna’s song in Hell: Tiktok Pastor reveals.

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A Michigan priest has gone viral after saying he went to hell for a while. And now he’s sharing details of his journey to hell that may upset Rihanna’s fans.

Johnson shared his experience through a video that has now gone viral on TikTok. He said that instead of going directly to heaven as planned, he went the other way, to the pits of hell. “I thought I had done a lot of good in my life and helped a lot of people, but with everything, I went down [to hell],” he says.

Demons
Johnson says he saw demons enslaving humans and a man “crawling like a dog and burning himself from head to foot.” His eyes were wide and worse than that: he was wearing chains around his neck. He was like a hellhound.

He claims that hell was worse than he could have imagined. “I went right into the center of the Earth,” says Johnson. “The things I saw there are indescribable. It brings up a lot of hard feelings when I talk about it. I was there and I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy. I don’t care what he did to me. Nobody deserves that.”

Music
Johnson added that there was a part of Hell where the music played very badly. The priest claims he could hear Rihanna’s song “Umbrella” and Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy” being used as instruments of torture.

To make matters worse, the demonic choir that sang these songs deliberately made them painful. “Every word of every song was meant to torture you because you didn’t worship God through music when you were on earth,” Johnson says.

Back to Earth
Johnson says he returned to his body, but he will never forget what he saw. “I was angry with God because I did a lot of good things in my life and ended up in hell,” he says. “I came from Hell and came back to Earth – and God spoke to me. He said, ‘You were secretly mad at the people who hurt you, you expected me to punish them. These are not your people. These are my people. I just want you to focus on the work I’m giving you. Even though I did well, something I had in my heart is the unforgiveness of the people who wronged me.

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