Lil Uzi Vert left many wondering after his Rolling Loud performance in Los Angeles, where the rapper appeared to hint that he was a supporter of satan.

While Uzi’s “I Just Wanna Rock” performance was entertaining for the audience, it seemed to upset many on social media, who questioned his message as well as the crosses and mannequins behind him on stage.

Uzi performed a brand-new song during his performance titled, “I make a City Girl believe in Satan,” to which Summer Walker gave her opinion on her Instagram Story.

Sharing a clip of Uzi’s performance with the title, Walker captioned:

“I Be genuinely curious have these people ever seen or heard a demon before..? Or it’s just a trend cause I feel like if you have you’d stop playin..really nothing funny or cute about it. May God be with y’all.”

Soon after, TMZ had an interraction with Uzi in Berverly Hills, where the outlet asked about the rapper’s forthcoming album, “Pink Tape” and when fans can expect the project. He responded, “I’m gonna drop it.. I probably got two more months.”

The outlet then inquired if the controversial track, “I make a City Girl believe in Satan” will be included on the album, to which Uzi confirmed, “Yes.”

In an effort to clarify, Uzi explained that he isn’t actually referring to satan, “but basically I make a girl do whatever I say so.”

Uzi was then asked what his girlfriend and City Girls rapper JT, thought of the song, which he replied: “She really didn’t think too much of it. She was there when she heard me make the song, she knows what I really meant.”

Uzi then went on to say that he doesn’t “even really pay attention to them even saying that on social media.” Adding, “I just say whatever I want in my songs, it’s my freedom of speech. I come from a real religious household, but me finally living my life and being an adult, I say anything I want to say. Even if I offend people, I don’t mean to offend people. But if they don’t like it, they have the option to turn it off.”