A wedding song is being called a “witchcraft” in the US.
“Weddings Song” has been posted online by the US National Weather Service, which says it is a depiction of witchcraft and is “a dangerous threat to public safety”.
It is not clear if the song is from a local US location.
US broadcaster ABC said the song has been circulating in the city of Orlando, Florida, for the past two weeks.
“The National Weather Services has been receiving complaints about this wedding song, which is believed to be based on a book published in 1869,” ABC said.
The song was written by the Reverend Samuel Dutton of the New York Baptist Convention.
“It is very disturbing,” the ABC reported.
“As someone who is religious and has been for many years, I cannot accept this.
This is not something I can accept.”
The song, produced by a local church, has been widely shared on social media.
“This is absolutely horrifying and not in any way a celebration of God’s love,” wrote one user on Twitter.
“What a terrible thing to be saying in a place where you could be killed.
I will be praying for you to stay safe.”
The singer in question, Joshua Scott, is a musician and composer who is known for his music.
The video was posted by a man named Josh Scott, who says it was produced by the New Hampshire branch of the Baptist Convention, which he says is based in his state.
“My wife and I were invited to the wedding of our friend, David and I,” he told ABC.
“We were so happy, but then a strange man appeared in our midst.
He was a witch.
He said that he has been in contact with local police about the video. “
He told us, ‘I am God’s messenger and I will deliver you to him, and you will live forever.'”
He said that he has been in contact with local police about the video.
The US government says it has no record of any similar incidents in the country, but says it will look into the matter.
“I can’t imagine how they are doing it,” the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.
“If they have been, we’ll be sure to follow up.”
ABC’s Washington bureau chief Tom Bowman reports from Washington, DC.