At the 2014 BET Award Show, Pharrell Williams kicked it off with “Come Get It Bae” and brought Missy Elliott out as well (*note that the song actually features Miley Cyrus; not Missy). Besides P not wearing his usual Smokey the Bear cap, there wasn’t anything out of the ordinary. Until the final ten seconds of the song…
That is when he seems to chant “Rain Man” repeatedly. I could very well be wrong in my interpretation of what we’re hearing, but until I’m proven otherwise I’m going with this theory.
The history of the “rain man” goes back to the 80s when the film under the same name was released. The film centered around an idiot savant who was able to retrieve data and mumbled numbers at an incredible rate. That’s the “mainstream” history of the term. The occult history is that it’s actually a demon that is being evoked by musicians such as Eminem (in Rain Man), Jay-Z, Bob Dylan, Rihanna (in Umbrella), and arguably even Missy Elliott (in I Can’t Stand the Rain). The demon has also been featured on the show about Don Decker, a man who came under possession by the Rain Man.
I’ve compiled a couple of examples in this clip, including the Pharrell evokation:
Last year Pharrell proclaimed Jay-Z’s Rain Man is back on Hot 97 as well:
Chances are Pharrell Williams would never say anything bad about a Jay-Z project — and why would he, considering Hov has consistently remained rap’s king of the hill. Still, Skateboard P seems particularly excited about Jigga’s upcoming LP and the record that he has contributed to it.
“Rain Man is back, Rain Man is back,” Pharrell said on Monday when he spoke with Hot 97 radio personality Angie Martinez.
I’ve got more on Pharrell’s Illuminati symbolism elsewhere on this website too…
UPDATE 24JUL2014: Commenter Ohlo614 is claiming that he’s saying ‘waymant’ (a truncated form of ‘wait a minute’) and after watching the newly released music video for the song I’ve got to agree with it. It also sounds like he might be saying ‘women’ but Pharrell is in fact using the term ‘waymant’ on his Twitter page so I suppose that’s it. Too bad ‘cuz the Rainman theory was more fun. Thanks for the buzzkill Ohlo614.
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