This is another scene that symbolizes Tom Cruise’s escape from Scientology and the Fish Fetish rumors that have dogged his career. Neither Psychiatrists nor Scientologists could cure his Icthyphilia (love of fish). Katie has left Tom and taken their daughter. Getting her back will be Mission Impossible.
“Shut The Fawk Up”
Jay Electronicais slamming rumors that he’s part of the Illuminati, the secret society entertainers like Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Jay-Z have been accused of working with to establish a “New World Order.”
Electronica’s name has recently been linked to the group, due to his signing to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation record label in November.
The New Orleans emcee known for being opinionated, took to his Twitter page to air out his grievances with fans that accuse him of being a part of the occult organization and said,
“#Thatakwardmomentwhen some sister on the street was telling me how I’m in the illuminati sounding dumber than a motherFawker… Beware!!!! Me and the illuminati gonna get you in your sleep! Mwuhuuhaahahhaaaa!!!… Beware!! Me and my Illuminati friends work for the devil who lives under the ground and burns you when you die!!! Mwuhahahahaha”
Jay Elect continued on his sarcastic rant, adding that Morgan Freeman inducted him into the organization and that he and Taylor Swift had a “gathering last night” that left her face bloody.
Before deading the topic, the Roc Nation emcee left one final message for his accusers; shut the Fawk up.
“Ok this is my last 1: to all you illuminati experts and YouTube converts what are you gonna do about it anyway? Nothing? Ok shut the Fawk up.”
Check out Jay Electronica slamming the Illuminati rumors below.
– Danielle Canada
‘I heard Jay-Z and Beyoncé were [members of the Illuminati], so I don’t know how I feel about it,’ Florence Welch quips about accusations.
By James Montgomery (@positivnegativ)
Of course, all of this was news to Welch herself, who laughed off the accusations when she sat down with MTV News last week — even if she did find them oddly flattering.
“That’s ridiculous. Really? So people [think that?]” she asked. “I heard Jay-Z and Beyoncé were [members of the Illuminati], so I don’t know how I feel about it, because I think Jay-Z and Beyoncé are the most incredible artists ever, so in a weird way, it’s slightly complimentary. But also completely ridiculous. I’m definitely not [a member]. It’s just not true.”
So, for the record, Florence Welch: 100 percent not Illuminati. And having cleared that up, we then asked her about the imagery in the “No Light” video, which references everything from voodoo to Roman Catholicism and culminates with Welch plummeting from high atop a New York skyscraper, through a stained-glass window, and into the outstretched arms of altar boys. It is certainly open to interpretation — though, to Welch, it had little to do with the occult or secret societies, and everything to do with her own life.
“When [directors Arni and Kinski] pitched it to me, I loved the idea of stained glass … and this falling thing, to do it on a New York skyline was really important to me, and there’s some weird stuff with my grandmother about New York that’s kind of too dark to go into,” she explained. “The idea of falling from a great height in New York is intense … because my grandmother, she died in New York, and I literally didn’t think about it until we were filming and I was like, ‘This is kind of insane.’ ”
What’s your interpretation of the “No Light, No Light” video? Share your thoughts below!
Everyone from Jay-Z to Lady Gaga has been accused of being a member of the Illuminati secret society, thought to be some mysterious group of power players who pull strings to help launch careers. But Jennifer Hudson ain’t having it. The Grammy winner is blasting rumors that she is part of the cult.
“I’m so glad someone brought this Illuminati mess up because only a child of God would address it,” the 29-year-old singer told fans during her Ustream session. “That is the most ignorant thing I have ever heard in my life. And it’s offensive because basically what? The people that are here today don’t deserve to be where they are? What, we didn’t work for it? So I find—and I hate to go there—but I find it’s those that can’t make it that would probably join Illuminati, or whoever that is, to get somewhere.”
And while it’s easy to buy into the Illuminati’s existence, J-Hud explained that anyone who believes the Illuminati myth is being fooled. “Don’t listen to that type of stuff, don’t follow that stuff because those people are only luring you in to become a part of some mess like that, so know that you’re only falling victim,” she warned. “That’s their way of gaining [followers]. I’d advise you to stay away from it. Those who are reading it are falling into it. It could not be more untrue.”
Rick Ross ft Jay-Z – Free Mason Lyrics
This is for the soldiers
the see the sun at midnight, ya dig
let me slow down
it’s so incredible
I go in the grave before I be a bich n-gga
Better behave you dealin’ with some rich n-gga
we the lost symbols
speak in cryptic codes
valuable like gifts of Gold
I embark on life
my path is all math
I understand the codes these hackers can’t crack
I understand these folks expect me to fold
community control to violate parole
I wont fail but a lot of men will
I’m iconic in the field
like Solomons Seal
Uh, it’s just in an intro
allow my flow time to sink into the temple
Free Agents, we faster
Big contracts, big contractors
built pyramids, period
no caterpillers, it was just a lot of n-ggas
A lot of great thinkers and a lot of great inventors
All white mansion, I’m the child of God
All black diamonds times were hard
New Rolls Royce Guess you made it n-gga
all white neighbourhood you they favourite n-gga
you they favourite n-gga
my top back like JFK
they wanna push my top back like JFK
So, So I JFK,
join forces with the kings and we ate all day
right now I could rewrite history
I stopped writing so frack it
I’ll do it mentally
[Chorus – Rick Ross]
I go to the grave before I be a bich n-gga
Better behave you dealin’ with some rich n-ggas
Started in the ghetto now we worldwide
Multiplying and I pray to God we never die
[Verse 2 – Jay-Z]
N-ggas couldn’t do nothing with me
they put the devil on me
I would have preferred if n-ggas squeeze the metal on me
Rumors of Lucifer
I don’t know who to trust
whole world want my demise turn my music up
here me clearly, if y’all niggas fear me
just say y’all fear me
f-ck all these fairy tales
go to hell
This is God engineering
This is a Hail Mary pass,
he without sin shall cast the first stone
so y’all look in the mirror
double check your appearance
b-tch I said I was amazing
Not that I’m a Mason
It’s amazing that I made it though the maze that I was in
Lord forgive me I never would’ve made it without sin
lyrics courtesy of Killerhiphop.com
Holy water my face in the basin
Diamonds in my Rosary shows He forgave him
B-tch I’m red hot, I’m on my third six but the devil I’m not
My Jesus peice flooded but thou shall not covet
keep your eyes off my cupboard I’m a bad motherf-cker
just say you love it
[Rick Ross – Chorus]
If I ever die, never let it be said I didn’t win
never, never say
never sya Legend didn’t go in (imma go in)
I just wanna die on Top of the World
Makin love to my favorite girl
makin beautiful music
we makin a movie
we knew we was born to do it
[Rick Ross – Chorus]
Hot track. Jay-Z tries to put to rest all the rumors of his Free Mason involvement with this track.
Let me know what you think?
The new avant-garde video for “On to the Next One” — with images of ram skulls, black crows and a Joker-like clown — has some bloggers talking that Jay is dabbling in demonic imagery and Freemason symbolism. Hov thinks that’s ridiculous.
“I got a lot of money,” Hov told Power 105.1 radio host Ed Lover on Wednesday (January 13). “When people get a lot of money, they start getting those rumors like Tom Cruise, Willie Smith. That’s ridiculous.”
Hov is also the subject of a new independent street DVD that alleges he is “Hip-Hop’s Master Mason” and the Blueprint pays homage to a secret society.
“That’s crazy to me,” Jay scoffed. “I gotta remind people I’m from Marcy Projects. I can’t get into a golf club in Palm Springs.”
Swizz Beatz also denied rumors that the “On to the Next One” clip promotes devil worship.
“I don’t think about that. I know that’s a billion percent not true. The video displays another level of art and creativity from two great minds: the director and Jay — and myself, bringing the collaboration together. It’s no satanic ways around me and that’s for sure,” he explained. “I’m with Jay — I never see none of that stuff around him unless he’s hiding something, which I doubt. C’mon, man. That’s silly stuff. That stuff you don’t even comment on; we on to the next one.”
“I’m aware of the stir the video has caused and what people are saying,” the clip’s director, Sam Brown, told Vibe.com. “I think when you’re dealing in abstract imagery people are going to want to draw lines between things and make sense of it. However, I’ve always felt that the viewing public was, in general, extremely visually literate. They don’t always want or need things to be spelled out for them. One of the great things about music videos are they can be enjoyed purely visually — it doesn’t need to mean anything or make any sense. Conspiracy theory is another thing entirely, and seems to me to be about projecting pre-existing beliefs and desperately looking for things that confirm them. There is imagery in this video that is drawn from all over the place. None of it is owned by any one culture or belief system. You can connect anything if you try hard enough, and make it mean anything you want it to.”
“It didn’t look like we was worshipping the devil,” Swizz continued, speaking on behalf of himself, Jay and Young Jeezy, who are all featured in the video. “It was easy. The song, the chemistry between me, Jay [and] Jeezy is a natural flow. When you put that in front of the camera, it’s natural. Jay was on set, I think, for only two hours. I was on set for like, an hour. Same thing. Jeezy was there. It was real quick. The director took it and went on to the next one. … I never expected the video to come out like that … it’s like a portrait. It’s like a canvas he took, which was the green screen, and he took that canvas and really painted it Murakami, Basquiat style. There go the results.” [MTV]