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UK Road Rapstar reps Illuminati?

Yesterday I tweet'd (www.twitter.com/marvinsparks if ya never known):

Jay-Z = illuminati talk bores me. If he is, what you gonna do? Illuminati talk is so old. Used to watch David Ike on VHS re: 1st WTC attack

Icke* (character limit). What bearing does it have on your life if he is? Look at the real people/companies if youre gonna talk that talk



I'll be honest, I have not seen the above video yet. All that talk is foolish. I honestly don't see what purpose he would serve as some sort of messenger for the Illuminati - his raps aren't of much substance apart from how great he is. I know for a fact I don't get brainwashed by what Jay says.

Today I see this about Pecknarm rapper, SN1 member, road rap scene saviour Giggs questioning his allegience to the illuminati



This is getting ridiculous now. These dorks who make these videos should get back to reality; finish uni, find a job, look 2 gyal and sekkle. Anyone who agrees is an even bigger prune. For all you know, this dude made the vid to serve as a practical joke as he scrolls down reading comments by the lost sheep searching for comfort in their sorry lives. Get a grip or look at least look at the real jancrow dem having an impact on your life, brainwashing you such as Po-lie-trick-tions, tell-lie-vision & bad-news-toilet-paper!

Mind how you sit in public places, you may unintentionally make a diamond sign with your hands. Likewise watch out for those sitting with their hands like that, they (shhh! Can't say the magic I word because they run the Internet) could be coming to take over your soul like a natural mystic. Mooo-wuhahahahahahahahaha haaa

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