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Saturday, November 12, 2022

VIDEO: "My mom was sacrificed" - Kanye West says as he exposed illuminati conspiracy theorists to The ShadeRoom journalists

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Kanye West says as he exposed illuminati conspiracy theorists to The ShadeRoom journalists. (Read More Here).

The Illuminati detests bigotry in all its forms, and West’s statements regarding Jewish people have been particularly disturbing to us, as our deep-state organization prides itself on the inclusion of members of all faiths and ethnicities who come together to be the unseen architects of the world’s wars; influence international markets; and decide which behavioral patterns should be subliminally suggested through blockbuster films. West’s sole attribution to the Jewish people of a widespread conspiracy to control society is a detestable lie offensive not only to those of the Jewish faith but also to this diverse, power-hungry cabal.

Hatred has no place in this secret society. Since our establishment, in 1789 (when shape-shifting lizards waged a covert coup to replace the Founding Fathers), our consortium has been committed to progress and the cultivation of a community in which all are safe to be manipulated into believing the puppet leaders we’ve installed. We support equitability in our clandestine world domination, which is why hate speech such as West’s is so disturbing to us, specifically. We at the Illuminati work so hard to avoid discrimination when distributing tracking chips developed by Bill Gates via the coronavirus vaccine.

Our decision to terminate our relationship with West does not come lightly, as we have been working closely with him for more than twenty years, ever since our Director of Inclusion and Outreach, Jay-Z, introduced him to us. We are saddened that West’s dangerous and regressive statements have forced us to end our association with him, after years of mutually profitable collaboration—from using his music to activate Russian sleeper agents and spread demonic messages, to using 5G signals to program citizens who have consumed fluoride to think that Yeezy designs are cool. The losses to our treacherous fraternal confederacy will be great, but we find it important to do what’s right.

In a random rant to the paparazzi Friday night, Kanye West calls out artists who he says are currently “under control” by unnamed powers.

“They can’t control me, you know what I’m saying,” West begins. “They can control Shaq, they can control Charles Barkley, they can control Lebron James.”

Both Shaquille O’Neal and LeBron James have spoken out against the rapper, and LeBron recently made the decision to drop the episode of The Shop featuring the rapper which was once on hold.

“They can control Jay-Z and Beyonce,” West said. “But they can’t control me. Ain’t no name I won’t name. It’s up.”

He then went on to call out Minister Louis Farrakhan who actually came to West’s defense last week in a fifty minute diatribe.

“Some of you that are persecuting him are the very ones that took away from him and from us, the knowledge of self,” the minister said. “You took our language, you took our culture, you took our history, you took our minds and inserted your mind into our minds through your systems.”

“I will stand on the truth that I was taught and stand with God… As long as I stand with God, I will be the winner and so will Ye and so will Kyrie and so will any of us who want truth in our lives,” Farrakhan concluded.

However, West apparently did not receive the minister’s words well.

“And for Minister Farrakhan, I love you, but the way you read that, I took that as a slight,” West said in reference to the speech. “And I don’t take no disrespect from nobody…so let’s get on the phone, let’s talk that out.”

The 45-year-old then went on to speak on Hollywood “sacrifices,” even referencing what would have apparently been his own—the death of his mother Donda West.

“My mama ain’t here, my mama was sacrificed,” West shared. “Michael Jordan, what about him, his daddy? Bill Cosby, his son. Dr. Dre, his son. You know out in Hollywood, a lot of people come up missing. Feels like it might be a lot of that in order to control, traumatize. They wanna monetize, and traumatize.”

Ye concluded his rant by dropping other celeb names, and saying that he can’t go to jail because he hasn’t killed anybody.

“This truth is gonna be heard,” West said. “Ya’ll can’t send none of ya’ll Meek Mills, ya’ll Puffies, ya’ll Lil Boosies, none of these names, none of these people that have to listen to ya’ll because they have legal [issues].

“I never killed nobody, right? I’m the pu—y that never killed nobody, right? But that means I could say whatever I want and not go to jail.”

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