If Beyoncé is Satan, I’m happy to worship her – Bridget Otoo reacts to ‘Black Is King’ satanic controversy[screenshot]

Broadcast Journalist, Bridget Otoo has reacted to the numerous perceptions of some people towards symbols and signs manifested by singer…

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Bridget Otoo
Bridget Otoo

Broadcast Journalist, Bridget Otoo has reacted to the numerous perceptions of some people towards symbols and signs manifested by singer Beyoncé in her recent videos on the ‘Blak Is King’ album that has generated controversy.

After the release of the Already music video by Beyoncé which featured Shatta Wale and Major Lazer, a section of the public has waded into an unsubstantiated conversation with the criticism that the videos mimic occultism and has a satanic connotation.

This perception was first relayed by a preacher which has courted the attention and interest of the public who are chastising Beyoncé for dedicating an album to the glorification of satanism.

On the back of that, the on-air personality, Bridget Otoo said even if Beyonce is Satan, she is ready to worship her.

If Beyoncé is Satan, I’m happy to worship her. Some of you, mo parents ansa mo with bentua and ginger

The former TV3 presenter also was displeased with the fact that people always find fault with virtually everything even if there is none. Bridget also cunningly was surprised at the thinking of people and expressed shock and questioned whether their minds can be disabused or fumigated so they can have positive thoughts.

On 31st July 2020, Beyoncé released the long-awaited visuals of the songs on her album and the Ghanaian focus was on the Already music video which featured Shatta Wale.

The video already has views in the millions which clearly points to the good news that the album has largely been a success.

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