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The Strangest Conspiracy Theories About Hip-Hop and the Illuminati

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Accusations of being a member of the Illuminati are tossed around daily in the hip-hop industry. Here are the craziest and strangest theories surrounding hip-hop and its desire to create a New World Order.

The Illuminati sacrificed/assassinated Whitney Houston.

There are two theories surrounding the talented singer’s death. The first was that she was sacrificed in honor of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The Queen of Pop was the blood sacrifice to honor the “Queen Mother Reptilian”. In other theories, Houston was sacrificed to make room for the arrival of Blue Ivy Carter into the world of the Illuminati. Because everyone knows that Blue Ivy backwards is Eulb Yvi, which is basically Beelzebub.

The Illuminati is also responsible for the deaths of JFK, Tupac, Bob Marley, Aliyah, and Michael Jackson.

They even sacrificed Heath Ledger!

Then again, there’s also a theory that the Illuminati is keeping Tupac alive.

Theorists claim this came from references in his posthumous works that reference the movie Armageddon because he couldn’t possibly be alluding to the Armageddon mentioned in Revelations.

The Illuminati is probably keeping Tupac alive because, to some theorists, he’s the second coming of Jesus.

He was supposed to come back to Earth in January 2003 by their calculations.

Miley Cyrus is an unknowing Illuminati sex slave.

This is obvious because Miley’s song “Who Owns My Heart” played backwards is highly sexual.

Michelle Williams is the Antichrist.

This was made evident in Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show. “Destiny’s Child is a reference to the chosen one, the son of perdition, the anti-christ!” a particular YouTube theorist claims. And when the lights went down on the stadium after Destiny’s Child left the stage, the evidence was undeniable.

While there are thousands of more ridiculous theories out there, it’s also interesting to remember that the original Illuminati was founded to oppose superstition, prejudice, religious influence over society, governmental abuses of power, and supported gender equality. Interestingly, most hip-hop artists fit that description better than the one theorists have given the Illuminati.

Mackenzie is an Alabama native attending NYU and studying Journalism and Dramatic Literature. She hopes to one day live in London and write for the BBC.