Asake was accused of being a member of a satanic cult

Nigerian singer Ahmed Ololade, whose stage name is Asake, is said to be a member of a diabolical sect.

In a video posted on the Internet by a conspiracy theorist, he tried to prove that the artist is a member of such a group.

The person brought up his use of goats in the music video for Bandana with Fireboy DML and his recent performance with a goat on stage.

The video, which has been circulating on the Internet, also featured an image of an alleged cult logo depicting a goat's head.

The theorist went even further, showing search images of Baphomet, a deity allegedly worshipped by the Knights Templar and later incorporated into various occult cults.

As a reminder, Asake's strange props caused astonished mouths among fans during an appearance in Atlanta.

The YBNL signee brought a goat on stage and held it on a leash during his performance at a concert in the United States.

Asake could be seen dragging the goat across the stage while singing his song "Trabaye," but the animal proved stubborn and restrained the singer's efforts.

Fans interpreted his action as a sign that he is in the same category as the goats of Afrobeats: Davido, Olamide, Wizkid, and Burna Boy.

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