USA | Aug 12, 2022

US Bishop says Beyonce has sold her soul to the Devil, after listening to her new album

Tatyana Bromfield

Tatyana Bromfield / Our Today

(Photo: Instagram @beyonce)

After listening to the song Church Girl, from Beyonce’s new album, Renaissance, United States Bishop Patrick Wooten, the president and CEO of the Upper Room COGIC, has concluded publicly that the singer has sold her soul to the Devil.

“Beyonce just released sacrilege,” Wooten shared to his congregation.

“The only thing I can account to some of that stuff is, somebody done sold their soul to the Devil.”

The song’s risqué lyrics: “Soon as I get in this party, I’m gon’ let go of this body,” and “Nobody can judge me, I was born free,” have been causing quite a stir among the Black Christian community.

“When you sell your soul to the Devil, you get the short end of the stick. Because you’re not gonna live for so long and when you leave here, where you’re going, you’re going to be there forever. So, it’s not a good deal,” Wooten further explained in his reaction to the song.

Bishop Patrick Wooten (Photo: Facebook)

He describes the hit as a “piece of trash” and “not for public consumption”.

Wooten further went on to correct Twinkie Clark, the church singer who was featured in the song, saying: “I don’t know whether [Twinkie] knew what [Beyonce] was going to do with the song or not, but [Twinkie] knows [Beyonce] isn’t saved. I pray to God that a stiff denunciation of what she did with that song is put out.

“You can’t win the world enamored by them,” the bishop said, before mocking Twinkie’s response to Beyonce.

“‘I’m just so proud that somebody wants to use my music’.  What do you mean? You’re one of the best in the world.”


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