Rihanna, the Bajan singer who has broken records on the Billboard charts, recently tweeted Satan after years of people questioning her faith.
"F--- YOU SATAN," Rihanna tweeted Wednesday. "F--- right off!!!"
The spiritually-themed tweets caused some to question the singer's motivation.
"So what was going on with Rihanna and Satan last night," one fan questioned.
After years of Internet rumors about Rihanna belonging to the "illuminati," an alleged elite group using subliminal messages to influence the world, another Twitter user accused the singer of working with the demonic force.
"Why is Rihanna tweeting f--- you Satan when she's married to him," the user asked.
The Bajan singer is no stranger to people questioning her faith. Months after a public domestic altercation with former boyfriend, singer Chris Brown, Rihanna released a song titled "Russian Roulette."
In the song, she sings about someone coaxing her to shoot herself in a game of Russian Roulette. Tiffany Evans, singer and actress, publicly tweeted that the song may be an indication that Rihanna was worshiping evil forces.
"Russian Roulette= Suicidal Rate (is going to) sky rocket! I really wish I could tell you guys what the industry really is and what stars are apart of destroying this world," Evans tweeted in 2009. "The stars who worship Satan,and those who have killed to get the respect they have now. Some of your favorite people pretend to worship God but they only do that to save face."
Although the song's producer, Chuck Harmony, took to Twitter to confirm that Satan did not influence the music, some still questioned the singer's spiritual beliefs.
Omarion, Evans' former labelmate and one of Rihanna's former friends, spoke to The Boombox about her involvement in the sinister side of the music industry.
"I don't personally know Rihanna's beliefs but I think there's a very dark and very sinister part of the entertainment business and I think it's very visible. I don't know if Rihanna [has fallen victim to those pressures]," Omarion said in the 2009 interview. "I've never really heard her speak about it. I hope that she doesn't believe in that stuff and I don't think that she does, but I don't know."
Lately, the singer seems to have taken her spiritual issues to Twitter. After tweeting about Satan, she chose to end her spiritual remarks with a quote about God.
"God is love," Rihanna tweeted on Wednesday.