Rapper ‘Christ Bearer’ who cut off his penis says “Sex is for mortals and I am God”

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Christ Bearer, the American rapper who hacked off his penis. (file photo)

NEW YORK, United States, Friday July 18, 2014 – Christ Bearer, the American rapper who hacked off his penis, insists that the mutilation is “a blessing.”

“I definitely believe sex is for mortals, and I am God. So this is a blessing, not a curse,” Bearer (born Andre Johnson), told the New York Daily News.

The 41-year-old entertainer nevertheless pointed out that although doctors did not reattach the severed organ, he still has enough of it left to get aroused.

He has also expressed his desire to star in porn.

“Does it work?!? Can Chris Brown dance? Can Kanye West rant? Can Jay Z fight off a trick?” he responded when celebrity website TMZ quizzed him about his injuries.

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He also reportedly asked adult entertainment company Vivid to feature him on one of its X-rated movies.

Steve Hirsch, founder and co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment, told TMZ that he is definitely interested in featuring Christ Bearer, but wants to check out his injuries before making an offer

The Northstar rapper chopped off his genitalia in his North Hollywood apartment on April 16 before jumping from the second floor.

Bearer has since explained that he was high on PCP, a psychedelic drug known for causing people to think they can fly.

“It’s a drug that I had stopped doing for years, but I just got back from Ohio and got back into that lifestyle for a few days,” he told the Daily News. “It definitely was not wise.”

After the incident, his penis was found upstairs in his apartment and the rapper was hospitalized at Los Angeles’ Cedars Sinai Medical Center.

He later told TMZ that at the time of his self-castration, he had been sinking into a depression, smoking weed and reading a book about monks and vasectomies.

He said he felt his “world was collapsing” after being prevented from seeing his two daughters due to a restraining order, and that he had a third child on the way.

Northstar is described on the Wu-Tang website as a duo from the north side of Long Beach who have produced songs warning of the dangers of drugs and championing their own Muslim beliefs.