Sukihana Says She Sold Her Soul To The Devil & Quits The Industry!!! Video

Everyone who has some vague idea of what goes on in the entertainment industry is aware of the heavy price that comes with fame. Rather it is losing precious time with your family, growing up not having real friends, working long hours, or just completely sacrificing  yourself for the limelight, something has to be given. Rap artist, Sukihana who is best known for her video ‘Kodak Snack’ made an acclaim to stardom after remixing the Kodak Black track. She built a healthy Instagram following that put a spotlight on her and her raunchy hip hop lyrics. Her first YouTube video is entitled “I never eat yo wings hoe”, which dropped October 2016. The Atlanta native bka Sukihanagoat,  is a huge fan of Gucci Mane. She even followed in his footsteps, and broke the blogs when she got the infamous ‘ice cream cone’ tattooed on her face. She’s never been shy when it comes to her music, style of dress, or her brand with a following who appreciates her ‘ratchet’ behavior. 

 

Many people speak of the very taboo subject of the ‘illuminati’ and the forces that be which controls the have and the have nots at the table. It’s been speculated that to become extremely financially secure one must offer a ritualistic blood sacrifice for a life of fortune and fame. Sukihana who has been very popular as of lately just dropped a video on her Instagram live account in tears that she has sold her entire soul to the devil and wants to repent. The ‘I only date drug dealers’ artist went deep into her feelings and got very emotional about the way she has been living. She even stated she is trying to find her way back to the church and Jesus. The last time we heard this story was when reality star Tilla Tequila went on a media spree talking about her fear of the illuminati and how she no longer wants to be ‘in’. No other reality work was seen from her after that video. Sound off in the comments below. Do you think Sukihana has gotten in to deep or is this another marketing strategy for new music on the way?