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Tiffany Evans Slams Rihanna’s “Russian Roulette”

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After Rihanna released her newest single, “Russian Roulette” a lot of people started talking about it and it’s dark undertone. Singer Tiffany Evans, took to Twitter to discuss the single and said that it was a bad example for young kids to be listening to a song about suicide.Tiffany Evans Slams Rihanna s  Russian Roulette  phlphotos091929TiffanyEvans5869 thumb jpg

The17-year-old writes, Russian Roulette= Suicidal Rate gon sky rocket!”

She goes on to say that artists should be careful about what they’re putting out there. She claims that there are “a lot of weak people in the world” and to be careful because these weak people will actually follow what they’re favorite celebs do or say. 

Tiffany then says, “Man! I really wish I could tell you guys what the industry really is and what stars are apart of destroying this world. The stars who worship satan,and those who have killed to get the respect they have now. You’d be verrrry surprise. Some of your favorite people pretend to worship God but they only do that to save face. Or seem innocent.”

Ms. Evans then says, “Satan was head of music in heaven. He uses influential people…to help influence the world. Think about that. Once u make a certain amount of money. Just know that that’s when they ask u to join. To get in you have accept the beast, worship. Once you join they assist u with ur career.make u huge.only if u agree and obey to destroy Gods word.and his children.”

Wow…But she didn’t stop before saying, “Ppl listen and pay attention. Its a war going on right now between Good and Evil. Evil will rule this world for a min.”

What do you guys think of that? I think that was a bit harsh, and actually a little bit “out there.” Talking about Satan and the battle between god and evil…There are a lit of songs out there that could negatively influence youth, but they get away with singing songs about hooking up at a club or getting high. Why single out Rihanna?

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