Sam Smith’s Devil Dance At The Grammys Might Just Be The Wake-Up Call We Need


Did you see the Devil at The Grammy Awards Sunday night — the Devil being Sam Smith?

At least that’s what he dressed up as for his performance of his hit song, “Unholy.”

Did you catch who sponsored it?

I did not watch it live — I never watch these shows — but if you did, then you were treated to Sam Smith’s satanic performance of “Unholy” alongside his ‘transgender’ musical partner Kim Petras.

The provocative number was clearly meant to rankle conservatives. We know the Left believes, ‘Haha, conservatives, Christians, you guys are so dramatic. You keep saying that Hollywood is demonic.’

‘Well,’ Sam Smith said, ‘Hold my beer — because you’re going to watch us in latex as we turn the entire room red and dress up like the Devil and Demons.’

Now, as the brief clip below shows, Sam, Petras, and his backup singers were adorned in red, wearing horns like the Devil, and performing a derogatory act.

The real kicker is that when it came to an end, everybody in the room applauded, and then a booming voice said, “The 65th Grammy Awards Are Sponsored By Pfizer” as the Big Pharma’s company logo displayed across the screen.

That’s not a joke.

I thought it was perhaps the most honest thing that has ever been seen on television. Hollywood applauding and throwing themselves over to the demonic? Supported by Big Pharma? Sounds pretty accurate to me.

You might be wondering what exactly the song “Unholy” is  about. Does it actually glorify sin? Well, yes, it does. 

Here are some of the  lyrics:

Mummy don’t know daddy’s getting hot

At the body shop, doing something unholy

He’s sat back while she’s dropping it, she be popping it

Yeah, she put it down slowly

Oh-ee-oh-ee-oh, he left his kids at

Ho-ee-oh-ee-ome, so he can get that

Mummy don’t know daddy’s getting hot

At the body shop, doing something unholy (woo)

So “Daddy” is committing infidelity as he leaves his family at home. The entire sorry excuse for entertainment speaks volumes about the state of our culture.

Sam Smith is ‘non-binary’ — which means nothing. It just means he’s an idiot. Not only is he an idiot, but he is going to use his platform and talent to promote absolutely disgusting displays that denigrate the good, the true, and the beautiful. As I have said earlier, Sam Smith has tremendous gifts. There is no need for him to do this sort of stuff for attention.

I’m always torn about whether I should be sad or laugh at this sort of garbage.

What I do know is that it needs to serve as a call for us to insert ourselves into the culture.

Being counterculture has never been more important. Offering a different path forward — one based on faith and God — is essential at this moment.

Interestingly, Sam Smith’s Grammy appearance was so grotesque that it received condemnation from both the Left and the Right. It wasn’t universal criticism, but conservatives weren’t the only ones speaking out about it on social media.

Perhaps it helped really put things in perspective that, yes, America is battling against the Devil right now.

Many on the Left deny that the Devil even exists, let alone can see how their radical gender theory and disregard for sexual morality are works of the Devil. The far Left pushes Satanism.

But, we all know the Devil is a liar and the Devil works to alter our perceptions of truth and falsehoods. He sets out to deceive us. Yet, even for non-Christians and non-conservatives seeing a ‘non-binary’ man paying overt sexual homage in Devil horns while shaking it in leather pants is pretty absurd.

Perhaps people on the far Left saw that and said, “Okay now maybe we’ve gone a little bit too far.”

So if there’s any good that will come out of this, maybe it served as the most pointed warning imaginable that things have become really dark in our culture.

You now have to picked a side. You’re going to have to pick good or evil. You’re going to have to pick overt Satanism or God. It is up to you.

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