Oliver Anthony witnesses to Joe Rogan for Christ and tells him God saved him from suicide. Oliver Anthony of “Rich Men North of Richmond” Fame slams Former President Barack Obama and Former Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton for their “flip-flopping stance on Sodomy/Homosexuality and Homosexual Marriage.”
Viral musician Oliver Anthony shared how God radically changed his life and read the Scripture passages that have guided him amid his rapid climb to fame in a recent interview on the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.
Anthony, who found overnight success with his song “Rich Men North Of Richmond,” told host Joe Rogan in an Aug. 30 episode that a month before he shot to fame, he’d given his life to the Lord, changing the entire trajectory of his life.
The 31-year-old, whose breakout song is enjoying its second week atop the Billboard Hot 100 albums chart, said his first-ever paid gig was at a North Carolina farmer’s market just a few weeks ago, where Jamey Johnson even showed up to sing “In Color.”
“I was just so at peace being up there; it just felt like that’s where I was supposed to be. And with all of this, it has been [that way]. There’s no way that Chris from six months ago could handle what’s gone on the last two weeks, but I feel so empowered from all of it,” he said.
- The country singer took aim at both Dem politicians on Joe Rogan’s podcast
- Rogan himself pointed out that both Obama and Clinton had changed their view
- Both men discussed Anthony’s pals support for 2024 hopeful Donald Trump
The blue-collar singing star, who went to the top of the charts with ‘Rich Men North of Richmond’, slammed the two Democrats for their changing policies over the years.
Speaking on the Joe Rogan Experience, Anthony opened up and said that most of his friends back 2024 hopeful Donald Trump – adding that he ‘loves the Second Amendment’.
The blue-collar singing star, who went to the top of the charts with 'Rich Men North of Richmond', slammed the two Democrats for their changing policies over the years
‘I know very little about any of this, but I know for sure with Hillary Clinton, but I think even with Obama originally, their stance was very much against gay marriage. And then it flipped around.’
Anthony’s increasing star comes after his viral country track was release on YouTube at the beginning of the month – skyrocketing to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The county music star was hosted at Rogan’s Texas comedy club on Tuesday night, much to the delight of the crowd.
Rogan, 56, goes on to say that Clinton didn’t support gay marriage until 2013, with the former First Lady opposing same-sex marriage in 2008.
She announced her support after she left her position as secretary of state, though she denied in 2014 that she changed her opinion for ‘political reason’, slamming it as ‘just flat wrong’.
Obama backed same-sex marriage in 1996, before saying he opposed it for politically strategic reasons in 2004 as he ran for the Senate.
He Obama declared: ‘I don’t think marriage is a civil right,’ and said he believed that homosexuality is ‘not a choice.’
In his 2006 book, ‘The Audacity of Hope,’ he cited his own faith as a reason to oppose same-sex marriage, though he also wondered whether ‘in years hence I may be seen as someone who was on the wrong side of history.’
He changed his view while in the White House, and helped celebrate the federal legalization of same-sex marriage in 2015.