Coincidence is fun, ain't it? CONSPIRACY TIME!
Last week, the mind-bogglingly popular popular video game Fortnite hosted a live in-game event witnessed by (in its first day) over 15 million
It now has over 100 million collective views on the Tube.
But was it really... an ILLUMINATI CORONAVIRUS RITUAL??*dun dun duuuun*
Gamers were treated to a surreal 10 minute virtual rap concert
featuring a colossal avatar of one of the most
prolific rising mumble rappers today, Travis Scott.
(He's basically the #1 guy right now in the dreadlocks and incoherent lyrics scene, with multiple hits featuring big names such as Drake, Kid Cudi and
The concert began with a ring-shaped portal emitting beams of colored light in a fashion strinkingly resembling that of a Coronavirus:
I didn't think much of it until my friend pointed out that after the intro, the first lyric is SUN and the song is called SICKO MODE:
Hmm... Sun and Sicko? Like... corona and illness?
There is also a fractured planet floating around the entire concert which looks an awful lot like a cell body, or perhaps a planet, which begins
covered by the coroana-like ring and is destroyed at the finish of the video:
The concert includes songs from Travis Scott's studio album Astroworld, and the virtual concert itself was named 'Astronomical' after the second song
...in which the sky turns red, fireballs rain down and the lands below burn like hellfire.
100 million+ views in less than a week- what better way to enter the minds of the world youth with hidden messages in the form of their most-consumed
media and entertainment?
Has the cabin fever gotten to me? Or are the illusion-naughties up to their typical 'hidden-in-plain-sight' symbological shenanigans again?
At the very least, coincidences are fun.
edit on 2-5-2020 by ADAMandEVIL because: Eta fixes