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Reggaeton Legend El General Blames Satan for His Musical Success (VIDEO)

Does this mean we're all going to hell?

Remember El General? Formally known as the Father of Reggaeton, the Panamanian singer became a 90’s icon after smash hits like “Muevelo Muevelo” and “Tu Pum Pum.”

During a recent interview with Reporte Semanal, El General, whose real name is Edgardo Franco, admitted he was influenced by “malas companies that convinced him to stop singing in church and record sexual party jams.

“The lyrics [of my songs] caused conflict with my conscience,” he said. “But I had some drinks and recorded them. Those songs played on all the radio stations. That was a trophy for Satan.”

Today, Franco is a devout Jehovah’s Witness, traveling regularly to Panama to evangelize.

“You should never turn your back on Jehovah. You should be strong,” he tells his fellow church members who brought him back into the fold.

See you guys in hell.

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