Lily Allen has a new video called Hard Out Here and it is meant to poke fun at the music industry, yet somehow it seems to contain product placements and Illuminati symbolism within. It also does this new thing in videos that they seem to be mocking the industry, yet somehow still promote it. For example, she is singing about how women get exploited and the video girls are supposed to be a joke, yet somehow they’re in the entire video looking sexy and the camera captures all of it. It’s not a simple ‘once and done’ display of a concept, it’s throughout the video and on purpose.
Let’s take a look at what else we’ve got…
It starts out with her getting liposuction to please her apparent agent/manager, played by the stereotypical old white man.
Here he is showing her how to twerk (lol):
She is being showed how to dance provocatively in her kitchen (by the agent/manager) and we can see bottles of champagne and stacks of gold bricks behind her. The camera quickly zooms in on a silhouette of gold bricks, and they’re built up in a pyramid/triangle formation:
Here’s some one All Seeing Eye emphasis with a product placement for a camera:
Here’s some more product placement; this time with one of the biggest scams on the planet, e-cigarettes:
Notice that the logo for the ‘E-Lites’ brand is a phoenix rising from the ashes, which is analogous to the cigarette companies being reborn since they started losing profits from their traditional cigs to this modern reinvention. The new e-cigs are just as nasty for you with their antifreeze and chemicals and whatnot, but that doesn’t stop them from trying to sell them. In fact, most of the e-cig companies are literally owned and operated from the same people who make the traditional cigarettes. Oh, and there is the obvious wordplay there; “E-Lite”= “elite”.
And last (but absolutely not least), we’ve got Dr. Dre’s Pill speaker being seductively advertised (like it usually is). I just got done making a post about the Satanic and Illuminati symbolism behind the ‘Beast’ by Dre headphones:
And just as some background, don’t forget what artwork Lily Allen dropped on us already:
Here’s the video: