It’s that time again, ladies and gentlemen. It’s time to see which celebrity has been accused of “worshipping the devil” most recently, and today’s victim is none other than Rihanna, who performed at this year’s Super Bowl.

Now, a few famous singers have been accused of worshipping Lucifer, selling their souls to the devil, or just taking part in demonic rituals. This seems to be a trend online.

Over the course of their careers, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, and Cardi B have all been criticized for putting out provocative music videos. This has led to the new, slightly scary claim that they worship the devil.

Some people thought that Sam Smith and Kim Petras were “worshipping the devil” when they sang “Unholy” at the 65th Grammy Awards.

Because of the pyrotechnics and red latex, the two were called “devil worshippers” online, and some people even called the performance “evil.”

Since then, it seems like anyone who wears red or sticks their tongue out during a performance joins an elite demon squad. Rihanna is the latest person to join this group.

After her 13-minute performance at this year’s Super Bowl, the 34-year-old Barbadian singer became a hot topic of conversation online. Some of her fans really liked what she did on stage, but others were left wondering what it was all about.

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Brigitte Gabriel, a conservative author, went on Twitter to criticize the “We Found Love” singer for giving off “demonic” vibes at the halftime show.

Why do all the major live performances by woke artists have a demonic feeling? Sam Smith, now Rihanna, Hollyweird has gone insane,

she tweeted.

But RiRi’s army didn’t take long to show up and fight her.

Does the color red trigger MAGA? There was nothing Satanic about that performance. One of the more mild performances during a Super Bowl I have seen in a while. If this was woke, you need to go back to sleep,

wrote one user.

Another chimed in with:

I can imagine your children get dropped off around the corner so they don’t have to be seen with you. Just embarrassing.

A third took a hilariously low blow:

That performance wasn’t nearly as demonic as your profile pic.


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If you tweet something like that about Rihanna, you can’t be surprised by how people respond, can you?