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Kenyan top music artists reveal the origin of illuminati

By Pulse team | April 24th 2015

Nairobi, Kenya: It all started with talk of actor Martin Lawrence’s death that turned out to be a hoax. That was last week Tuesday.

But if you recall, in 1997, there were reports that the actor lost his mind and had run onto the street waving a gun at people. The story had an Illuminati twist, or so, now it is being claimed. And Martin Lawrence now says they want to kill him. It is said they killed Robin Williams. Insane!

The Illuminati scare landed here last weekend. It was a freaky debate by local artistes sharing a WhatsApp group. Are hip hop artistes are preparing the world for the Mark of the Beast? Is hip hop nothing but a tool from Lucifer himself? Here was hip hop star Bamboo, Crème de la Crème, Deejay Kay Dee, Nonini and many others discussing the end times.

“You will be surprised how everything links with the American music industry,” posed Nonini as the story of Jacob Rothschild whose family is worth 500 trillion dollars took centre stage. In simple words, Jacob Rothschild was allegedly claiming that his family runs the world. Well, the Rothschilds run a Jewish banking dynasty.

“Is this the family that started Illuminati?” someone posed.

“I have been trying to tell peeps about this for years. Guys were looking at me like I was crazy. A French poet once said ‘money is the god of this world and Rothschild is his prophet,” weighed in Bamboo, the rapper who once told Pulse that he had quit hip hop after Jesus appeared to him after some Illuminati followers tried to recruit him while he was in America.

“13 families rule the world,” Crème de la Crème said.

“Those 13 families are represented on the 13 stripes of the flag of the United States of America,” Bamboo remarked.

“If you wanna make it in music and entertainment business in America, you need a powerful Jew behind you...Even Lupita has a powerful Jew behind her pulling strings, luck has nothing to do with it,” Bamboo noted.

“I actually think everything around us - music, movies, governments and businesses - is prepping us for what is written (in the Bible). Jude brings home the story of the Nephilim. This is very deep stuff. I believe the Third World War will be an ideological war. Don’t look for army against army. What is happening now sets the stage for what is to come,” Big Kev chipped in, with Nonini agreeing.

“We will all go to hell,” joked deejay Kay Dee, as the fear of Illuminati became real.

The Illuminati are generally powerful and rich people and this group is said to be in control of the music and film industry. Many celebrities are now members. It is said that the Illuminati will kill anyone, anywhere at anytime to get what they need.

Word has been that the celebs that are against the New World Order, those who oppose the Illuminati will be murdered like the likes of 2Pac and Michael Jackson, who are said to have planned to warn the world against Illuminati before they died.

Come to think about it, remember 2Pac’s album The Don Killuminati? 2Pac was actually referring to the Illuminati. It is said that the Illuminati killed 2Pac, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, Jon Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, John F. Kennedy, Abe Lincoln, Princess Diana, Martin Luther King and the list goes on. Now many pop stars are believed to be a part of the infamous Illuminati secret society. These stars allegedly use Illuminati and satanic symbolism in their music videos and on their clothes that go unnoticed by those not “in the know.”

Even though no one in the local industry has come out claiming to belong to the secret society, there have been rumours that some of our entertainers have already been recruited.

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