SahBabii Discusses His Unknownism Ideology, Christianity & The Devil

"I'm not demonic at all. I'm a very positive person."

(AllHipHop News) Last year, SahBabii was caught up in the religious controversy involving Offset and Lil Uzi Vert. Offset took issue with rappers wearing upside-down cross necklaces which he believed symbolized devil worshiping.

SahBabii fired back at the Migos member by calling him a "b-tch ass n-gga" and a "f-ggot." The "Pull Up Wit Ah Stick" rapper later expressed regret for engaging in an "internet beef" with Offset, but he has not backed down from representing his Unknownism movement.

"Unknownism is an ideology I created. I created that when I was like 8. It's just challenging and questioning everything," explained SahBabii in an interview with Montreality. "You don't know everything. It's always another answer to something. It's just basically seeking the truth. The upside-down cross - Christianity, that was forced on my ancestors."

He continued, "I'm not demonic at all. I'm a very positive person. I help a lot of people. I don't do stuff on camera because I do it out of the kindness of my heart. But I really don't believe in the devil. I stay positive. I believe they're higher beings, but it's always questionable. Unknownism is just challenging your mind, think outside the box, always question things."

The Atlanta, by way of Chicago, artist went on to talk about how the white supremacist group Ku Klux Klan recognizes itself as a Christian organization and his Unknownism is for all races. SahBabii also claimed "666" represents an "every-man" carbon that helps make melanin.

"I'm not a devil worshipper," proclaimed the Warner Bros Records signee.

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