I get what Busta is saying, but at the same time he gotta know something is going on. Those that deny say, why would they need niggas from the projects and the hoods, when they are old white billionaires. Every major drug cartel needs workers and runners to do the real dirt. Now a lot of these workers and runners are loyal to the cause because they know they might move up in the organization or whatever. A lot of these workers live like kings, but they have higher ups to answer to. Entertainers, rappers, athletes…..they are just high paid employees. THEY HAVE PEOPLE TO ANSWER TO ALSO. So, yeah they do need niggas from the hood to further their evil agendas. I could give 2 fucks what these ENTERTAINERS are involved in, but they are involved in something that even they know is satanic. Illuminati and all that aside, THESE ARTISTS ARE PROMOTING SATANIC SHIT. This has nothing to do with conspiracy theories. You only wear images that you are into. I’m not gonna wear an Alester Crowley t-shirt because I aint into that. I know what it means. I know what it stands for. Same reason I don’t wear a red rag, blue rag, throw up signs and whatnot…..I’m just not into so I don’t rep that shit. Busta act like people cant see what’s right up in they faces. Get the fuck outta here.
Busta Rhymes has been interested in the dynamics at work behind secret societies for some time now, but even he thinks that hip-hop’s fascination with the Illuminati is spiraling out of control. During his visit to “RapFix Live,” Busta explained why he addressed the topic on his upcoming album E.L.E. 2, adding that it was surreal to hear Jay Z being questioned about it during a radio interview.
“I’ve always been intrigued by the concepts, ideas and the possible realities of secret societies, hierarchy governments and people that really pull the strings that you don’t see,” Busta explained. “That’s been a lining in all of my albums, that’s why they’re called The Coming, When Disaster Strikes, E.L.E., Anarchy, etc.”
“When you talk about these things and it stirs conversation that’s one thing. But within the last four years, it became mainstream American dialog. When you can listen to Angie Martinez interview Jay Z on Hot 97 and ask if it’s true that he’s a member of the Illuminati…it’s so funny to me to hear that on a radio station of that format, early in the afternoon, being asked to a fellow Brooklynite from Marcy Projects — that has gotten to a level of profound success and accomplishments — if he is an Illuminati member.”
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