Bella Poarch Discusses the Inspiration Behind her New Song 'Inferno'

"It’s a fantasy I wish was true. I’m looking forward to sharing this with you all."
 
Credit: Bella Poarch/Instagram

A candid post by Bella Poarch about her experience with sexual assault revealed how her newly-released single "Inferno" was inspired.

Adding a pinned comment under the music video for "Inferno," Bella wrote, "As a victim of sexual assault, this song and video mean a lot to me."

She added, "This is something I haven’t been ready to share with you just yet. It’s very hard for me to talk about. But I’m ready now."

Credit: Bella Poarch/YouTube

"I decided to express myself by creating a song and video with Sub Urban based on how I wished my experience went," the star continued. "It’s a fantasy I wish was true. I’m looking forward to sharing this with you all."

In the video, two men attempt to swindle drunk Bella in a hotel bar. But she isn't really drunk.

After trapping them in an elevator, Bella tortures them with various powers before freezing them to death with Sub Urban's help.

"No halo / Baby, I'm the reason why Hell's so hot / Inferno," Bella sings in the chorus.

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"Inferno" is the second song in Bella's untitled debut project.

Earlier this year, her single "Build a Bitch" was released.

Bella is ready to take the music world by storm! Any thoughts?







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