Recent Event Highlights: Kanye West "Power" Video Sparks Rumors, Jay-Z Puts His Illuminati Denial On Wax, Jay-Z Denies He's Down With Illuminati, Jay-Z "On To The Next One" Video, Rihanna Addresses Illuminati Rumors, Jay-Z "Run This Town" Video, and 12 more...
Created by rconway on Feb 11, 2011
Last updated: 03/09/11 at 04:28 PM
ATLien B.o.B knocks down the Illuminati chatter.
A YouTube user aims to unveil proof Mr. "Black & Yellow" is down with the New World Order.
The premiere of Kanye West's avant-garde music video sparked rumors that he was indeed down with the Illuminati.
An interesting YouTube clip claims to have proof Lil Wayne is Illuminati affiliated.
On Rick Ross's "Free Mason" a lyrical thriller featured on Ross's Teflon Don album, Jay-Z raps "Bitch, I said, 'I was amazing, not I'm a Mason"
Days after the release of his top selling album Recovery Em was accused of being in the Illuminati.
During an interview with radio personality Angie Martinez on New York's Hot 97 radio, Jay-Z denies his involvement with the cult.
Jay-Z stirs up Illuminati believers by having alleged Illuminati symbolism in the Sam Brown-directed video for his hit single, "On To The Next One."
In an interview on New York's Hot 97 radio, pop star Rihanna addresses rumors she's down with the Illuminati.
In an interview with Philly radio personality Miss Jones 50 Cent denies he's ever been approached by a secret society.
The premiere of Jay-Z's "Run This Town" video featuring Kanye West and Rihanna sparks more Illuminati rumors
Queens rapper Prodigy pens a letter from prison that accuses Jay-Z of being down with the Illuminati.
On his third solo album H.N.I.C 2, Prodigy featured the enlightening cut aimed at waking rap heads up to the truth about the secret society.
At the legendary show New Jersey's Continental Airlines Arena, where rap greats Jay-Z and Nas squashed their long running beef, Illuminati believers say Jay greeted Nas with the secret handshake of the Free Masons.
Cali rap veteran Ras Kass releases an album, Rasassination, rife with commentary dispelling suspicions about the Illuminati.
Tupac under the alias Makaveli drops an album aiming to quash the Illuminati rumors in hip-hop.
In a rare 1996 interview that later appeared on the 2001 Thug Immortal DVD Tupac discusses his doubts about the existence of the Illuminati.
On his first post-Death Row single "Been There Done That" Dre raps "Ain't trying to stick around for Illuminati"
Mobb Deep's Prodigy famously raps "Illuminati want my mind soul and body/secret society trying to keep they eye on me."