A Colombian pastor claimed this was the price to be paid when someone is deified
After Gerald Johnson, a priest from Michigan, tried in January to convince his followers that during his personal stay in hell he heard demons tormenting unfortunates by performing the song “Umbrella” by Rihanna, now one of his colleagues has told us that they really do like and Shakira’s hits.
Indeed, the Colombian pastor Juan Gabriel Peña published a video of a girl singing the lyrics “Tsamina mina, eh, eh, Waka waka, eh, eh, Tsamina mina zangalewa, This time for Africa” during a ritual to exorcise an alleged girl demon, and honestly made everyone laugh who have long realized that guys like him love to put on obscure shows to impress their “flock”.
“This is a very impressive case, I want you to pay attention and listen. Maybe many will consider it a mockery, say that something is fake, but these people ignore the devil’s plans. I want you to see what happens when an artist is idolized,” he commented of Juan Gabriel Peña, a guy followed by over 700,000 people on TikTok.
From the video it is not clear if he was the one who led the “exorcism” or if he was just commenting on something he had seen on the Internet, but in any case, his profile is full of obscure videos in which you can see him waving , yelling into the microphone and thus supposedly driving away the bad guys.
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