In a captivating video, Bobbi Storm, a gospel artist and self-proclaimed vessel of divine inspiration, defiantly declares, “I’m doing what the Lord is telling me to do.”
This weekend, Storm found herself in the eye of a storm after sharing a video of her impromptu performance aboard a Delta flight, all while boasting about her two potential Grammy wins. The tension soared as a stern flight attendant instructed her to take her seat, prompting Storm to assert, “I sing for the Lord.”
Undeterred, Storm faced a choice: comply or risk grounding her spiritual mission. The flight attendant issued a stern warning, “If you’re not able to follow my instructions, you will not be able to take this flight.” Yet, Storm, undeterred, serenaded fellow passengers with her Grammy-hopeful tune, “We Can’t Forget Him,” amplifying the celestial drama.
While Storm is a notable voice on Maverick City Music’s Grammy-nominated album, her solo accolades are nonexistent for the upcoming 2024 Grammys. In an Instagram post, she declared, “At the end of the day, God is glorified!!!” Despite the controversy, Storm maintained that “no laws” were violated.
Commenters unleashed a torrent of opinions, criticizing Storm’s perceived entitlement and accusing her of holding passengers hostage to her divine melodies. One user wrote, “Imagine the entitlement of thinking you are the only one with something that can bless folks,” while another exclaimed, “This is one of the most egotistical things I’ve ever seen.” Storm’s celestial journey, marked by turbulence and ego, became a viral spectacle, leaving everyone questioning where the line between divine calling and earthly rules truly lies.