“When I speak about God or me being conflicted,” he added, “I’m just reflecting the human experience. I’m talking about my human experience, and sometimes my faith is a little shaky—as all of ours is at times. And that’s okay, because that is the human experience. But I don’t ever represent any f****ing satanic s**t. No antichrist s**t. Because I know what it means in people’s hearts.”
Hopsin said that although he doesn’t know if God and Christ are real, he is a “seeker of truth, and I know what certain things mean in people’s hearts.”
“So I know what Christ means in people’s hearts so you will never hear me say ‘F Christ’ or blatantly show something that disrespects the idea of Christ by having an antichrist image at my concert,” Hopsin said, assuring his Instagram followers that he was going to reach out to those responsible for displaying the image and do something about it.
During a previous interview in which he was asked about God and a future collaboration with Lecrae, Hopsin spoke about how the music industry will promote songs that talk about drugs, violence, and sex but isn’t as favorable to artists who talk about God. “That sounds like Satan to me…sounds like something exactly Satan would do.”