Time to grab your secret magic potions and black cauldrons because TikTok is getting witchy.
A Christian influencer has come under fire for stating that “masturbation is a form of witchcraft.”
Sierra Scribner posted a viral clip on the social media platform recently in which she claimed that self-love and pleasure are the practices of sorcery.
The 23-year-old has since turned off comments on her video; however, it has gained almost 800,000 views on TikTok, where she often offers energetic Pentecostal rants and declarations.
Scribner ranted in her three-minute video how masturbation is a “demonic attack” and a “form of control.”
The Tennessee native alleged: “You are literally controlling an orgasm. You’re controlling your own pleasure. That is witchcraft. That is a curse that you begin to place over your own life that will then literally bleed into your future children’s life.
“You need to break that witchcraft off of your life in the mighty name of Yahshua, in the name of Jesus,” she continued.
Scribner then argued that self-pleasure “will become a generational curse that you started.”
She also noted that she’s “canceling the assignments” of several sexual desires such as “wet dreams,” “having orgasms in my dreams,” “sexual immorality” and masturbation.
She concluded by slamming “all the witches” who believe that “Christianity is toxic.”
“Let me tell you what’s toxic. What’s toxic is a broken pattern made by witchcraft. The enemy knows how he is allowing you to fall into your own trap of pleasure,” she said.
Ex-evangelist April Ajoy posted the TikTok on Twitter, where users voiced their shock.
“This Christian influencer says masturbation is witchcraft and creates generational curses that will ‘literally bleed into your future children’s life.’ I don’t miss these Pentecostal circles at all,” Ajoy tweeted. “So much needless shame.”
She added: “With her logic…. We would all be cursed. And if everyone is cursed, is anyone really cursed? 🥴🤦.”
Another person joked: “Controlling your own pleasure is witchcraft and causes a generational curse? Man, I guess I shouldn’t have eaten those peanut M&Ms earlier. Probably need to remember to apologize to my grandkids for that, whenever they come along.”
“I would say that the majority of men would be members of a vast coven,” said one user.
Scribner has 291,000 followers on TikTok, where her bio simply says, “Glory to God💌.”