It appears that rapper Nipsey Hussle has died from a gunshot in Los Angeles outside of his clothing store on 3/31/2019. He passed away at the age of 33 with what appears to be a lot of traction in his life and career.
Could it be that this is part of the infamous Illuminati-rap connection?…
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Freemasons & Miracle Cures
I listen to a fair amount of hip hop music but Nipsey Hussle wasn’t a regular on my playlists so I can’t comment the content of his lyrics. It’s quite curious that he died at the age of 33- a number infamous as the highest level of Freemasonry (only for those invited).
The number is utilized not just by the Freemasons by also Walt Disney who placed it in his secret Club 33 (*Walt was a Freemason member of the Order of DeMolay and the Rosicrucian group Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis).
A friend reached out and told me Nipsey was working on a documentary about Dr. Sebi- an infamous healer that pushed fringe science diets that could cure anything.
I’m not opposed to hearing out alternatives to the Big Food-Big Pharma complex, so apparently Dr. Sebi was into pushing talk of pH balance inside the body with alkaline vegan diets.
However, the curious element here is that Dr. Sebi appeared to also be working with the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes from TLC. From List.com:
“It was well known by the public that Lopes was invested in her physical and spiritual health; she would frequently retreat to Honduras to do cleanses, as she followed and endorsed a guru named Dr. Sebi who was based there. It was also well known that Dr. Sebi was controversial because he claimed he could cure AIDS with diet and homeopathic remedies.”
Left Eye was a subject for my research on hip hop conspiracy theories because her final days were spent in Honduras (where Dr. Sebi was from) and she had a lot of paranormal activities. From Sacrifice: Magic Behind the Mic:
That same article discusses how some of the others who went to Honduras with Left Eye sensed something disturbing before the fatal accident. Her cousin, Jasmine Brodie said:
“The air out there was thick. We were staying where people who were sick went to get well. They would take the herbs to get better, and if they didn’t get better they died there. A few people died in the room, and when I was in the room, I felt them … ‘Haunted’ is a pretty strong word. But I would say there were spirits in the room.”
Left Eye was also in touch with the spiritual realm which included attempts to contact her dead father’s spirit, or even Tupac Shakur (who again, also died on the 25th). Her relatives explained that she would sometimes disappear up to days at a time to try and communicate with spirits, and she sometimes claimed she succeeded. Some of the relatives were concerned about her experimenting into the occult. Two years before Left Eye’s death her mother had a vision in which she saw her in a casket and felt that she was going to die young. In the final footage before her death, you can see that she’s holding a large tin that was allegedly used to hold a set of Tarot cards. A passenger in the back seat clearly asks for “the cards” and Left Eye hands them off right before you can hear the SUV skidding out of control.
To make things even worse for Left Eye, she was involved in another car accident just two weeks prior to the fatal car accident that took her life. Left Eye was inside of a van that accidentally hit and took the life of a 10-year old Honduran boy by the name of Bayron Isaul Fuentes Lopez. The accident didn’t appear to have any foul play and occurred because the boy was walking alongside a dangerous road. Left Eye and her crew stayed at the hospital with the boy and his family, and even went as far as to pay for his medical expenses and funeral. In the documentary she says she felt a presence of a spirit following her and it may have been a mistake that the boy lost his life and not her. She notes the coincidence of his last name being the same as hers (his was Lopez; while she was Lopes). She believed that a spirit was chasing her:
“I have premonitions, dreams, I think it’s the energy in the air.”
The final few scenes before the day of filming Left Eye’s fatal accident included a chilling shot of Left Eye in her room saying that whatever you fear gets manifested when you’re in Honduras. She said it’s like going down a hill in a car and not hitting the brakes. Meanwhile, on the wall of the room you can see that she spray painted a giant All Seeing Eye of Horus.
The section on Left Eye gets even weirder with talk of evil alter egos and much more:
Her mother also had this chilling statement, as website PanacheReport claims:
“Her death was pre-destined. The Lord had already prepared me for Lisa’s death two years in advance.”
SmilingLlama left a comment below with a link to a man who predicted this would happen back in February- check it out (*also Nick Cannon has allegedly committed to finishing that Dr Sebi documentary):
While it seems that Nipsey’s death may be gang-related, it’s hard to ignore the disproportionate number of rappers that are dying on a regular basis.
Was Nipsey taken out at the numerological age of 33 because he was filming a documentary about Dr. Sebi?… It’s quite curious because YouTube only recently was pushing an agenda to get rid of all talk of “miracle cures.”
Nipsey was on The Breakfast Club in February 2018 talking about how Dr. Sebi was claiming to have the cure for AIDS and beat a fraud case on it, so I imagine there’s a fair amount of controversy following this. From Medium.com:
In November of 1985, Sebi put advertisements in the Amsterdam News saying that his unorthodox remedies cured AIDS, sickle cell, lupus and other diseases. On February 10, 1987 Sebi was arrested and the New York City Supreme Court filed a civil and criminal case against him for practicing medicine without a license, making fraudulent medical claims and selling products that weren’t approved by the FDA.
Dr. Sebi’s won the court case in 1988.
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R.I.P. Nipsey Hussle
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