Post Malone Claims Justin Bieber Donated $10 Million To Religious Cult

Published: Sunday 19th Nov 2017 by David

For many in the entertainment industry, the Hillsong empire stands as a faith-based away from home.

Unfortunately, Post Malone has revealed that he is deeply concerned that the Christian corporation is manipulating his good friend Justin Bieber.

Where the performer expressed his deep concerns?

‘Rolling Stone.’

The concerned ‘Rock Star’ shared…


It’s a total cult. He’s already given them, like, $10 million. Those are the worst kinds of people. I used to be super-religious. I believed in God. But now I see through it. It’s nice to support something you believe in, I guess, but people are spending so much money, and God doesn’t care that your church has a gold roof.


Malone has the #1 song in the country and continues to see his star rise with the full support of Republic Records.

So, what do you think…

Has the Biebs been bamboozled?

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  1. Stephy November 19, 2017

    I see no lies.

    • Fancy BISH November 19, 2017

      You beat me to it chile lol

  2. BOOBIE November 19, 2017

    Lipton, anyone?

    • Fancy BISH November 19, 2017

      lol, Postisha serving delicious tea

  3. Kevon November 19, 2017

    He should shut the crap up!! it justin’s $ and if Justin wants go give to to the church then let Justin be’s not your money …… He got to fame and wants to forget there is a God

    • Bey Sting November 19, 2017

      God is getting some of that money? If so, how much ?

      • Killian November 19, 2017

        All I know is as a child of God,you should give tithe. And it’s his money at leasy he isn’t spending it on stripper h***.

      • DanYiel Iman November 19, 2017

        NOT A DIME!! These churches are only into themselves & the building funds!! ✌??

  4. Ehem November 19, 2017

    I hate when people make blanket statements like this. The problem is a lot of these people was going to church expecting the church to tell them how to live instead of doing their own research. It’s like when I was younger, I basically told my parents to keep making my decisions for me because I didn’t know what to do and if their advice failed it wasn’t my fault because I wasn’t the one making the decisions.

    And you shouldn’t be “religious” in the first place. The churches exploited your ignorance and if you ask me that’s your own fault. That’s what people want though. They want someone to spell it out for them: if you come here, pay tithes, and be good, you go to heaven. But it doesn’t work like that. In the back of their minds people like this knew they were being lazy but it was so simple that they let the ritualism define their relationship with God. Then they get mad that they got got and blame the whole religion. “I don’t believe in God no more”. You never did fool. Because you didn’t believe in him on your own terms and by your own interpretation. You let somebody else do that for you.

    I believe in God but I don’t confuse him with organized religion.

    • Trust November 19, 2017

      Thank you. You are right. The church as a physical and financial establishment isn’t the same or even representative as the God I serve. People use churches like these to feel better about themselves because they think donating their last dime will somehow get them into heaven. It won’t. Following the Lord’s word will.

  5. Red11 November 19, 2017

    I see no issue here…the man loves the Lord. For all we know, he could be tithing…which most Christians do.

    • Trust November 19, 2017

      I believe that churches should be forced to pay taxes if they refuse to disclose where their money is going?

      • DanYiel Iman November 19, 2017

        Amen ??

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