Illuminati symbolism in 2 Chainz ‘Where U Been?’ music video

 

2 Chainz new video (feat. Cap 1) is called Where U Been? and it’s from his new album that just dropped called B.O.A.T.S. II. And as expected, we can see Illuminati symbolism throughout the video.

Where U Been? boasts some symbolism through the use of the shirt Chainz is wearing, which you’ll notice the Freemasonry symbolism with ladders (symbolic of the connection between faith and God-see Jacob’s Ladder), hammer and trowel, skull and bones, etc.

 

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We also get that Aleister Crowley reference to the Eye of Horus through the blatant shot of him emphasizing one eye on his sunglasses:

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We also see him unfold a shirt with the Virgin Mary (maybe??). The occult loves anything to do with the female goddess worship (e.g. moon goddesses like Diana, or the Pagan triple goddess worship, etc.):

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And finally we have a shot of the goat; an obvious reference for the dark one, aka Baphomet:

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2 Chainz has also been splashed in the rap headlines for collaborating with the apparel company Neff. That company features a few shirts that push the Illuminati symbolism further with pyramids and eyes and the standard material:

   

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Here’s the video (explicit lyrics):

Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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4 Comments

  1. Those flip up sunglasses also look like Mickey Mouse ears.

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  2. please can anybody tell me where i can find that hoodie ??

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  3. Cap 1 is also wearing a shirt with 2 Virgin Marrys, I think…

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