On April 21, 2016, rock/pop star Prince Rogers Nelson died in his Minnesota home at the age of 57. His death was determined to be the result of a drug overdose accompanied by flu-like symptoms. He was better known simply by his first name "Prince"--much like the late Elvis Presley was called "Elvis"--and for a while was known by a symbol with no pronunciation (he called it the "love symbol"), during which time he referred to himself as "The Artist Formerly Known As Prince" or "TAFKAP." The non-stop adulation and misrepresentation of this creep has angered me beyond words. The last time I ever remember something of this magnitude was when the despicable John Lennon was murdered by the psychotic man Mark David Chapman in December of 1980. Lennon, who promoted drug use, promiscuity, and declared his band "The Beatles" as "more popular than Jesus Christ," was lionized as some ersatz "martyr."
In this post I will expose Prince for who he really was, not as the world would have us think of him. In less than two weeks, cities across the United States have lit up their buildings, bridges, and towers in purple lights (Prince wore purple and his most well known album and movie is entitled Purple Rain) and his record sales spiked 42,000% with 2.82 million songs being downloaded between April 15 and April 24. Obama, who couldn't attend Associate Justice Scalia's funeral (or even show up properly attired when speaking of his death) gushed over how great Prince was, and the Republican-led U.S. Senate passed a Resolution honoring him. The Washington Post even describes him as a "conservative Christian!" His music was included in the playlist for the U.S. visits of "Pope" Benedict" (2008) and "Pope" Francis (2015). Even the Modernist Vatican lauded him; "Cardinal" Ravasi praised him for his musical talent. (By the same logic, I wonder if they would praise Dr. Mengele for his medical talent?).
Below are the facts on Prince Rogers Nelson. Warning! Some explicit language will be used in this exposé.
His Religious Beliefs
- Prince was raised in the Seventh Day Adventist sect, and became a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses sect in 2001. The Washington Post's "religion reporter," Michelle Boorstein, wrote an article entitled, "Raunchy Prince was actually a conservative Christian who opposed gay marriage." This article is so fraught with errors and cherry-picked quotes, I'm surprised Ms. Boorstein ever graduated high school, let alone college. (See https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2016/04/21/raunchy-prince-was-actually-a-conservative-christian-who-reportedly-opposed-gay-marriage/?tid=a_inl)
- The Watchtower Society (i.e., Jehovah's Witnesses, headquartered in Brooklyn, NYC) is not "Christian" even under the most broad and loose notion of the word. Their novel doctrines include: denial of the Holy Trinity, teaching Jesus Christ is really St. Michael the Archangel, imposing their own purposefully distorted version of the Bible (New World Translation) which supports their views, denial of the human soul, denial of Hell, and salvation through belonging to the Watchtower Society. The "Jesus" of the Watchtower Society is a false "Jesus" (See 2 Corinthians 11:3-4, "But I am afraid that just as Eve was deceived by the serpent’s cunning, your minds may somehow be led astray from your sincere and pure devotion to Christ. For if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus we preached, or if you receive a different spirit from the Spirit you received, or a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it easily enough.")
- Prince was born with epilepsy and was slight of stature. In a 2009 interview with People magazine, he claimed to have contact with an "angel." He said, "My mother told me one day I walked in to her and said, 'Mom, I'm not going to be sick anymore,' and she said, 'Why?' and I said 'Because an angel told me so.'"
- His alleged opposition to sodomite marriage stems from his adherence to the Watchtower Society sect. He is alleged to have said in an interview with New Yorker magazine, " God came to earth and saw people sticking it wherever and doing it with whatever, and he just cleared it all out," he told the magazine. "He was, like, 'Enough.'"
- However, the duplicitous, androgynous Prince came out with the following "clarification" in Rolling Stone magazine, "Prince is reportedly 'very angry' after the New Yorker accused him of making anti-gay marriage comments, with the Purple One alleging that the magazine misquoted him in a recent interview. According to the article, 'When asked about his perspective on social issues — gay marriage, abortion — Prince tapped his Bible and said, 'God came to earth and saw people sticking it wherever and doing it with whatever, and he just cleared it all out.' However, a Prince source tells Perez Hilton, "What His Purpleness actually did was gesture to the Bible and said he follows what it teaches, referring mainly to the parts about loving everyone and refraining from judgment." (Emphasis mine. Also note that Perez Hilton is himself a sodomite.) In other words, "Who am I to judge?" Sound familiar, Mr. Bergoglio?
- Prince intertwines religion and sex, and wants sex to be part of the way "God" is worshiped! The lavender color of the sodomite movement is a form of purple. His album Purple Rain can be interpreted as "Lavender Reign," the victory of the "gay rights" movement, with the androgynous one telling everyone it's OK to "stick it wherever" as long as you "love everyone and refrain from judgement."
His Perverse Music
- Ms. Boorstein's article in the Washington Post does a good job cherry-picking lyrics to make Prince seem religious. For example, she quotes the lyrics from the song Controversy where he intones the words from the Protestant version of the Our Father: "Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven, Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses,As we forgive those who trespass against us, Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil, For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever, Controversy, Controversy, Controversy, Controversy, Love him, love him baby"
- Conveniently left out are the rest of the lyrics, "I just can't believe, All the things people say, controversy, Am I black or white? Am I straight or gay? Controversy...Listen, people call me rude, I wish we all were nude, I wish there was no black and white, I wish there were no rules...Do I believe in God? Do I believe in me? Let me tell ya, Some people wanna die So they can be free, I said life is just a game, We're all just the same, Don't ya wanna play?" This can't seriously be called "Christian," Ms. Boorstein.
- Boorstein attempts to justify his admitted "raunchiness" by quoting from his 2013 biography entitled, I Would Die 4 U; Why Prince became An Icon, "Prince intended sexuality to be linked to the worship of God, and he filled his music with classic Christian messages" What Prince promotes is some pagan notion of orgy like the Roman Empire of old. The theology he spouts doesn't even hold up to that taught by the Watchtower Society, but he was never "disfellowshipped" (the Watchtower version of excommunication) because of his stature and his big bucks donations.
- According to Rolling Stone magazine (1/17/85, pg. 33) in reference to a Prince concert in Detroit, "He [Prince] stripped and climbed into a bathtub. He pounded his pelvis into the floor time and time again." The article then relates how he stroked the neck of his guitar until liquid squirted out simulating an ejaculation.
- Further, we are told how Prince leads his crowd through a Sunday School hymn and "our anti-hero went through a Jekyll and Hyde bit at the keyboard, became possessed by devilish sexual temptation and asked God if He'd like to take a bath with him. At which point he ascended a staircase, stripped to his cabellero pants, slid into his tub for a neon green shower..." (See Record of January 1985)
- During the movie Purple Rain, he slaps, threatens, pushes, and has sex with his object of desire, Apollonia.
- His song Sister is about incest. "My sister never made love with anyone but me. Incest is everything it's said to be...Motherf***er can't you understand?"
- The song Head is about his seduction of a virgin bride, whom he gets to give him oral sex ('head") on her wedding day; "I remember when I met u, baby, You were on your way to be wed, You were such a sexy thing, I loved the way you walked, The things you said, And I was so nonchalant, I didn't want you to be mis-led, But I've gotta have u, baby, I got to have you in my bed, And you said, 'But I'm just a virgin, And I'm on my way to be wed, But you're such a hunk, So full of spunk, I'll give you Head"
- The song Darling Nikki is about a nymphomaniac, "I knew a girl named Nikki, I guess you could say she was a sex fiend, I met her in a hotel lobby, Masturbating with a magazine, She said how'd you like to waste some time, And I could not resist when I saw little Nikki grind"
- His "love symbol" is really an ankh, an ancient Egyptian pagan symbol for fertility and reincarnation. The second cross beam just above the pointed "devil tail" is known as the "inverted cross," used by occultists to deny and mock the sacrifice of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Summary and Conclusion
- The adulation of Prince Rodger Nelson is just another example of how the world doesn't know what true Christianity really is, wanting people to believe that anyone who talks about Jesus is thereby "Christian." Remember Christ said, "Not everyone who saith to me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of Heaven, but only he who does the will of my Father who is in Heaven." (St. Matthew 7:21).
- The Watchtower Society cannot be considered "Christian" even in the broadest sense. The sect even overlooks Prince's immorality in return for his money.
- In our pagan culture, the media relishes the opportunity to express in effect, "Christians (sic) are just like the secular world."
- How the Modernist Vatican could say anything positive about this man is a sick joke. He misused his musical talent to lead souls to Hell. I guess Frankie admires that in him.
- It is true that we can't know for certain who is in Hell except for Our Lord's traitor, Judas Iscariot. Is it possible that by some miracle of God's Grace, he converted in the last minutes or seconds of his life and was saved from Hell? Possible, yes. However, we judge a person on what we know of their actions, not from rare possibilities. Even if he were saved by a miracle, his life is worthy of condemnation, not emulation.