- Singer Stevie Wonder revealed that he once predicted that Barack Obama would be the president of the United States
- He opened up about his prediction while speaking candidly with NPR in a recent interview
- The sixty-seven-year-old singer also opened up about President Trumps's administration and his solution for social progress and togetherness
Stevie Wonder is one of the greatest singers the United States have ever produced.
With songs like 'Superstition', 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours' and 'Sir Duke', the iconic singer has had over thirty top ten hits which have garnered him over twenty-five Grammy awards.
It's, therefore, safe to say that the talented singer certainly knows his stuff but we had no idea he had a pretty strong prediction game.
While speaking to NPR concerning issues such as his long career, the Donald Trump administration and the social progress in the country, Stevie confessed that he once predicted that Barack Obama would be the President of the country.
The sixty-seven-year-old explained that President Barack Obama was running for Senate when he made the predictions.
Stevie Wonder further explained that the President had come to speak at his studio (Wonderland Studios) and he (Stevie) was touched by his sincerity and words.
The twenty-five-time Grammy award winner was quoted as saying:
'I met him a few years prior to that when he was running for senator. And he came to my studio, to Wonderland Studios, to do a little performance in Chicago. I said, ‘I like your spirit and I feel that sincerity in your voice. I know that you’re running for senator, but I see even more than that. So I wanted to just pray for that time that you’ll become president of the United States because it’s what I feel you’re going to be'.
Stevie Wonder also spoke briefly on the social state of things in the country with the singer expressing his sadness at the extreme amount of negativity in the country.
He did proffer a solution though, saying that everything would be perfect if we could always love each other unconditionally without any boundaries.