The strangest conspiracy theories about starsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-strangest-conspiracy-theories-about-stars
What just does not occur to fans of conspiracy theory: Elvis Presley in their view is alive, Gagarin was "taken into space", Lenin was a mushroom, and they honorably possess all exclusive secret information about the secrets of the universe because of their exceptional foresight. And while they are sorting out the new revelations of the messengers of the cosmic mind and the king of underground dwarfs, you'd better take a look at our selection of the strangest conspiracy theories about world-famous music stars.
In 2012, Pitbull and Shakira released a joint single called Get It Started. The lyrics of the song contained such words as "big news", "Malaysia", "worldwide" and "2 passports". Of course, after the sudden disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines Boing-777 passenger plane en route from Kuala Lumpur in Beijing and disappeared in the sky over the South China Sea 40 minutes after departure on March 8, 2014, fans of conspiracy theories began to suggest that the song is a hidden warning about the disaster. And when it turned out that 2 passengers of the ill-fated flight were flying on fake passports, the degree of insanity reached unimaginable limits. However, the Internet detectives decided to quietly ignore the words following in the line after the mention of two passports — "three cities, two countries, one day" ("three cities, two countries, one day"). Of course, because they have nothing to do with the flight.
Beyonce's popularity haunts many, including conspiracy theorists. In their opinion, the poor guy is agitating teenagers to worship Satan, and is in the organization of the Illuminati (the time is, and who of us is not?), and by faking his own pregnancy. But the coolest assumption is that Beyonce is just a clone. There is even an explanation for such fears: once upon a time, fearing that the precious object of their investment would one day die, the singer's producers decided to withdraw several of her stem cells for their insidious deeds. And they did the right thing, because the real Beyonce died back in 2000, and then she was replaced with a copy.
Can a woman become a hip-hop star only because of her talent? No, it's absolutely out of the question. Then what kind of phenomenon is Nicki Minaj? There is only one logical explanation for this: her voice is actually a slightly accelerated voice of Jay-Z. That is, the world—famous star is just an insidious deception. Wake up, people!
The conspiracy theory that Paul McCartney is actually dead for a long time has become so popular that an article in Wikipedia. The rumor appeared in 1969 with the filing of an article in the student newspaper of one of the universities of Iowa, the headline of which read "Is Paul McCartney dead?". And despite the fact that the article gave a negative answer to this question, nevertheless, suspicions about the death of the famous musician continued their victorious march across the planet, which has been going on for almost 50 years. Moreover, they say that if you run backwards an excerpt from the song Revolution 9, you can hear the phrase "turn me on dead man", which can be translated as "turn me into a dead man". However, supporters of the theory also hear John Lennon singing in the song Strawberry Fields Forever "I buried Paul" ("I buried Paul"), although in fact the song sings "Cranberry sauce" ("Cranberry syrup").
In 2012, the owners of the Hip Hop Is Dead website received an anonymous letter revealing a secret: major record companies allegedly invested millions of dollars in creating a network of private prisons, which were later to be filled with people who had committed crimes through the promotion of criminal behavior. That's what gangsta rap was created for, glorifying crime. Well, now everything has fallen into place.
Well, finally in this list of fantastic stories there is at least some hint of the truth. The fact is that the death of Michael Jackson mysteriously coincided with protests against the results of the presidential elections in Iran, and the hashtag "Michael Jackson RIP" ("Rest in peace, Michael Jackson" — ed.) on Twitter shifted the hashtag #iranelection from the leading positions (Iranian elections — ed.). It's hard not to agree that the timing was very well chosen. Besides, is there any doubt that Conrad Mueller — the personal doctor of the king of pop music - worked for the Iranian special services?
Probably, there are only a few pop stars in the world who were not somehow ranked by conspiracy theorists as Illuminati, reptiloids or anthropomorphic killer bees. But few people have been blamed for this more than Jay-Z. His wealth and the habit of constantly folding his palms in the sign of the pyramid — one of the symbols of the Masonic movement — only added fuel to the fire. There were also suggestions that Jay-Z is a reptilian Illuminati. But, perhaps, an influential reptile, if she were also a member of the occult order, would have more important things to do than record rap songs and hang out with a Beyonce clone.