Rapper Lil Uzi made news last week, when the rapper told fans that he planned on going to HELL . . . and said that his fans were "coming with him." Many accused the young Emcee of being a "Satanic" rapper because of the statement and other imagery from his music.
"And if nobody flying up to heaven right now, obviously all y’all motherfuckers going to hell right with me,” Lil Uzi said. When it began to play, Uzi continues to tell them that are in hell and will remain there.
“Oh, you already here,” he added. “I’m so sorry. You can’t get out! You’re stuck, it’s over. You heard the song a million times and you didn’t even know. That’s fucked up but I still love you anyway.”
The audience responded by cheering him on clearly not caring about their fiery fates.
Well now Uzi seems to be adding even MORE FUEL to the fire. At a concert of Thursday night, he told fans that they should "Never fall in love." The rapper told the audience that "Love is fake."
Here's the video:
The comments that are under this video show that people really believe that Uzi is pushing a "Satanic" message to his young fans.
The same devilish imageries in his new collaboration with Juice WRLD titled "Wasted." In the song, the rappers discuss chasing love while intoxicated from drugs.
"Damn, why is she so demonic?/ She Medusa with a little Pocahontas/ She been lacin' all my drugs or somethin'," Juice rapped.