Whether you believe the Illuminati is real or not, talk of SA celebrities joining the not so secret society has got their followers accusing them of devil worship.
Beyoncé and her husband, rapper Jay-Z, are apparently the Illuminati’s biggest membership card carriers.
Taylor Swift, Kanye West and even the dearly departed, Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston, have been accused of being members.
What is the Illuminati? Apparently, it is an all-knowing, all-powerful group that gives celebs super fame, money and power so that they can corrupt our innocent souls – ultimately leading to masses burning in the pits of hell!
Other conspiracy theorists believe the Illuminati, which allegedly have prominent world leaders in its pocket, want to control planet earth by seeking a “New World Order” and rule under a totalitarian world government.
But for celebrities, you can’t be a huge star these days without the help of the Illuminati – according to believers anyway.
South African celebrities are not immune to the curse (or some would say blessings) of the Illuminati.
Here are some local stars who have been accused of being part of the secret society
1. Nomuzi “Moozlie” Mabena
2. Luthando “LootLove” Shosha
If Twitter detectives are to believed, Nomuzi helped recruit TV personality, Luthando “LootLove” Shosha. LootLove posted a picture of herself blocking one of her eyes with her hand (an infamous Illuminati pose – see Lady Gaga for references) and her fans freaked out. They accused her of being a Satan worshipper!
3. Fifi Cooper
Rapper Fifi Cooper made the mistake of taking a picture while wearing a cap with an upside down triangle symbol on it in 2015.
It would have gone unnoticed if a Twitter user didn’t spot that she was also making illuminati hand gestures as well. Case closed.
4. Boity Thulo
Boity is a fool for love apparently. Her ex-beau Cassper Nyovest allegedly got her involved in the secret society while they were dating. Their Twitter trending publicity stunts (which is how the Illuminati makes you famous, duh!) are just some of the signs of the society’s major influence.
Let us not forget how the Illuminati helped Cassper #FillUpTheDome in 2015. One fan claimed Cassper went to Nigeria before his history making concert so that D’Banj inducts him into the secret society.
Boity’s only crime, apart from once dating the spawn of Satan, is that she once followed 666 people on Instagram! Seriously? Does this look like the face of a devil worshipper?!
5. Black Coffee
No, not the drinking kind (thank goodness), the DJ kind! DJ Black Coffee is one of South Africa’s biggest exports, and has scores of fans around the world, including famous rappers Diddy and Swizz Beatz. And of course, no black man can achieve worldwide fame without the help of the Illuminati.
One aspiring Durban DJ went as far as to ask Black Coffee to give him details on how he can join the secret society, so that he could also be super famous! And here we thought it was all down to hard work.