Ex-NFL RB Larry Johnson Condemns Billie Eilish Music

Ex-NFL RB Larry Johnson Condems Billie Eilish Music

Ex-NFL RB Larry Johnson Condemns Billie Eilish Music

Well, it appears that former All-Pro running back Larry Johnson who has turned to religion is trying to educate followers about something our parents told us.

Larry took to Twitter in a series of Tweets to educate his fans about the “real people of the Bible” and what Dec. 25 actually means. As well as, music and how satan is all up in the lyrics and titles.

He also wanted to educate how the devil is in all some of the most popular music like 47th Annual American Music Awards best Alternative Rock Song winner Billie Eilish who won for “All Good Girls Go To Hell.” Read on…

CelebNSports247.com reports that former Cincinnati Chiefs running back Larry Johnson pointed out how satan is in America’s most popular music influence our kids.

Yes, music has been doing that all along, but these days it is blatantly in everyone’s face. Even hip hop artist Gage said, “satan rewards his agents well.”

Billie Eilish won two AMA’s at Sunday night’s award ceremony.

These days Larry Johnson is all about being one with God these days and he is just trying to educate his followers. And that is a great thing.

Johnson, who played nine seasons in the NFL, sent out a series of tweets about the Bible, Jesus and the birth of Christ.

He started with tweeting he would hope to rue the day when the “lukewarm” discover who the “real” people of the Bible are and how Christmas is “just a pagan belief.”

He started off with these tweets Monday:

After saying his peace he reflected on being one with God and how its a blessing to be with someone spiritual:

Larry Johnson History:

Johnson once one of the league’s highest-paid players in the NFL. He played in the NFL for 11 seasons ending with the Chiefs. Larry also played with Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, and Washington Redskins and rushed for 6,223 yards and scored 55 rushing touchdowns. His career ended in 2011.

In 2014, he was charged with aggravated battery. He was later sentenced to one year’s probation, a $345 fine and 48 hours of community service after pleading no contest to misdemeanor domestic violence battery and assault. before that Johnson was accused of spitting and threatening to kill a woman in a Kansas City nightclub in 2008.

Apparently he has turned his life around.

Remember when you were in high school and your parents and evangelists complained about rock music being satan music?

Larry Johnson is trying to educate that is all!


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