Bishop Says Beyonce Sold Her Soul To The Devil Over Her New Song “Church Girl”
It appears Beyonce may have upset the church with the release of her new song, “Church Girl,” which is featured on her Renaissance album.
In a clip that's going viral, Bishop Patrick Wooten is seen speaking to his congregation about his disdain for “Church Girls,” which features a track from Twinkie Clark and the legendary Clark Sisters hit song “Center Of Thy Will,” calling it sacrilege.
“Beyonce just released sacrilege... Somebody done sold their soul to the devil,” he said. “This piece of trash that’s been released, and she names it ‘Church Girl’. I thought to try to read the lyrics to you, but I struggled to listen to them. It’s too bad... It would be a desecration if read this.”
He went on, “To sample the song of a real Church lady, Twinkie Clark... “I don’t know whether [Twinkie] knew what [Beyonce] was going to do with the song or not, but [Twinkie] knows [Beyonce] is not saved. I pray to God that a stiff denunciation of what she did with that song is put out.”