Polo G debunked claims that he sold his soul last year after purchasing a necklace with a goat head pendant, which led followers to assume he made a deal with the devil. He’s made it obvious that he’s not on that sort of schedule, and now he’s teaching his supporters about the concept of selling their souls.
The Chicago rap star took some time out of his day on Thursday (July 8) to go on Twitter and offer his followers the lesson of the day.
“I could neva sell my soul I’m none like those guyz,” before going into depth about establishing pacts to go forward in life, he wrote in his first tweet.
“Sellin yo soul ain’t necessarily a contract w the devil,” Polo G continued in a second tweet. “Sellin yo soul is goin against what’s morally right fa your own benefit So when you snitch you sell yo soul, chase clout, pillow talk to hoes, cross somebody u love for money…just movin Weird in general.”
The tweets may possibly be a reference to Fredo Bang’s latest track “Bless His Soul,” which features Polo G. The two rappers reflect on their travels and how their devotion to the streets has kept their spirits intact on the track.
Polo G’s tweets are a far cry from the TikTok video he made last year to dispel accusations that he had sold his soul. Polo G mocked those who believed the bogus news in the video.
“I just wanna know why people wanna say that I sold my soul,” Polo said in the video. “Like where the fuck? Like I watch my son and go to the studio — where the fuck would I find time to do some shit like that? Where the fuck would I find time to do some shit? ‘Oh, the goat and goat horns, it signifies the Baphomet.’ Half y’all ass wouldn’t even know how to fucking spell Baphomet if it wasn’t for autocorrect, you stupid bitch.”