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Has New Roc Nation Signee Tiwa Savage Joined the Illuminati?

Fans suspect the Mavin first lady of joining the infamous Bavarian cult.

New Roc Nation signee Tiwa Savage had her debut on Apple Beats 1 Radio hosted by NYC radio station Hot 97’s Ebro Wednesday. On the show, the Nigerian star corrected Ebro when he called her the “most popular artist on the continent of Africa.” “Most popular female,” she quips. “This sounds like I’m cocky.”


Perhaps she’s ridin’ high after her big-time, record label deal and bomb performance at the One Africa Music Festival held at Barclays Center Friday.

“I love the fact that they are not trying to change me,” Tiwa Savage adds, referring to Roc Nation.

But, woah not so fast.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered. @rocnation ??

A photo posted by Tiwa Savage (@tiwasavage) on

After the sultry singer threw up the infamous diamond sign to rep her new label at the concert, her fans, well the ones who are conspiracy theorists, are suspecting that she may have signed a deal with the devil. The notorious gesture that Jay Z, Beyoncé and other Roc Nation artists like Rihanna have been seen making has long been suspected of being a symbol pledging allegiance to the Illuminati, you know, the Bavarian cult comprised of the global elite believed to control the media, music industry and Hollywood with the goal of brainwashing the masses and ushering in a totalitarian police state, known as the New World Order.

Their fears worsened after the ex-Mavin Records first lady posted this trailer to promote her Red Tour in the U.S. on Sunday, which features footage from the One Africa concert including coaxial triangles, also a symbol linked to the Illuminati, and the moment that has fans floored.

NEXT UP ... Washington DC 29th, Chicago 30th #RedTour #AfricaToTheWorld?

A video posted by Tiwa Savage (@tiwasavage) on

Some took to Twitter and the rising star’s IG comments to voice their deep disappointment, which consequently has led to the footage going viral.

via Tiwa Savage's Instagram

And singer-turned-pastor Felix Aigbe Libarty has offered his unsolicited opinion, suggesting the real reason Tiwa Savage has been estranged from her husband Tunji Balogun aka "TeeBillz" since April is because of a “spiritual attack”—a reference to the Illuminati?

*Kanye West shrug.*

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Six Things History Will Remember Kenneth Kaunda For

News of Kenneth David Kaunda's passing, at age 97, has reverberated across the globe. Kaunda, affectionately known as KK, was Zambia's first President from 1964 to 1991.

Following Nelson Mandela's passing in December 2013, Kenneth Kaunda became Africa's last standing hero. Now with his passing on Thursday, June 17 — after being admitted to the Maina Soko Military Hospital in Lusaka earlier in the week — this signals the end of Africa's liberation history chapter.

It is tempting to make saints out of the departed. The former Zambian struggle hero did many great things. He was, after all, one of the giants of the continent's struggle against colonialism. Ultimately however, he was a human being. And as with all humans, he lived a complicated and colourful life.

Here are six facts you might not have known about him.

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