Rihanna and Bobby McFerrin are two of the legends of Priest Who Died and Resurrected

Rihanna and Bobby McFerrin are two of the legends of Priest Who Died and Resurrected ...

Rihanna and Bobby McFerrin are two of Hell's songs, according to Priest Who Died and Returns to Life.

Gerald Johnson told a heart attack in 2016 and "temporarily died" in a now-viral TikTok. Although the preacher thought he was "going upwards" since he had done "so much good in this lifetime," he really fell into Hell and saw agony "he wouldn't wish on his worst enemy."

Gerald continued by describing several "unprecedented" events, such as a man "walking on all fours like a dog and getting burned from head to toe" while wearing "chains on his neck," and a section of Hell where demons play music as a form of punishment; more specifically, Rihanna's "Umbrella" and Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry Be Happy."

He admitted that the demon choir aspires to wreak havoc on humanity by singing "very awfully," and that "every word of every song was intended to punish you for the fact that you didn't worship God via music when you were on Earth."

Gerald has finally returned to the living. While he is looking forward to a second visit to Heaven, the rest of us are likely to spend the remainder of our lives in hell, where we can look forward to chain collars, fire, and standing underneath Rihanna's umbrella.

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