Polo G recently took to social media to address the bizarre conspiracy theories that the rapper sold his soul to the devil.
According to XXL Mag, the speculations came after the Chicago rapper revealed his new drip on Instagram. His latest diamond-encrusted necklace featured his name emblazoned next to three goat heads that resemble the heathen idol, Baphomet. Check it out below.
To add more fuel to the wild theories, fans also pointed out that the cover art for Polo G’s latest album, The Goat, featured the rapper with horns. He also appeared to have them in his recent music video for “21.”
“Polo please let us know you’re not a devil worshipper. Please debunk this,” a fan tweeted to the rapper.
In response, Polo G posted a video on TikTok to deny he was a devil worshipper. “I just wanna know why people wanna say that I sold my soul. Like, where the fuck?” he asked in the clip. “Like, I watch my son and go to the studio. Where the fuck would I find time to do some shit like that? Where the fuck would I find time to do some shit?”
He then went on to the mock the fans: “‘Oh the um, the goat and the goat horns, it signifies the Baphomet.’ Half y’all ass wouldn’t even know how to fuckin’ spell Baphomet if it wasn’t for autocorrect, you stupid bitch.”
Polo G unveiled his much-anticipated sophomore album, The Goat, last month. The 16-track record featured a posthumous verse from Juice WRLD, as well as collaborations with Mustard, Stunna 4 Vegas and NLE Choppa.
Check out Polo G’s TikTok response below:
@pologofficial😑😑I mean ig that mean I really made it when they say shit like that😭♬ original sound – pologofficial