Pop Star Sam Smith, who self-identifies as non-binary, performed a Satanic rendition of his song "Unholy" at the Grammys on Sunday night in a performance that the official Twitter account for the CBS Network said they were "ready to worship."
In the lead up to the performance Smith tweeted out photos from the "Unholy" rehearsal and wrote, "This is going to be SPECIAL #GRAMMYs." CBS replied and tweeted, "....you can say that again. We are ready to worship!"
Robby Starbuck tweeted, "This is what CBS said to Sam Smith right before he did his demonic performance as Satan. Think about that. They aren’t even trying to hide how compromised by evil they are anymore. It’s all out in the open now."
Smith performed with Kim Petras, a trans-identified woman and performer, and both were decked out in crimson with Smith traversing the stage and Petras locked up and dancing in a cage. Smith's top-hat was adorned with devil horns and he sang as backup dancers in blood-red robes danced and gyrated in a ritual performance.
The Grammys aired on CBS and were sponsored by Pfizer.
"I mean i think it’s a pretty big story that a TV network with a News Department that is relied on by a lot of people openly says they worship satan. That’s kinda big don’t you think? I mean I already know this but here they are saying it," wrote Chris Nelson.
"Who are you 'ready to worship' here @CBS? Asking for America," tweeted another user.
"You don’t have to say the entertainment industry is satanic, they’re doing it for you," Jillian Anderson tweeted.
Later in the night Smith and Petras won an award for best-pop duo and Petras claimed to be the "first transgender woman to win this award."
Both Petras and Smith are biological white males.
The song itself concerns parents leaving thor kids at home so they can commit adultery against each other.
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