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The Weeknd rose to fame in 2013 with his hit tracks “Can’t Feel My Face,” “The Hills,” and “Earned It.” In fact, these songs landed in the top three spots on the Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart.
However, not everyone is convinced that hard work and perseverance made the singer famous. Some firmly believe that all the videos for his album, Beauty Behind The Madness, allude to his relationship with the Devil.
It is thought that The Weeknd sold his soul to Satan to achieve the riches and fame that he enjoys today. Apparently, the fire that sets the nightclub on fire in the video for “Can’t Feel My Face” is from the Devil. It shows the singer how popular he could be once he parts with his soul.
In “The Hills” video, The Weeknd is “gifted” two girls by the Devil, and in the “Tell Your Friends” video, The Weeknd is shown standing off against the Devil and shooting at him with a gun. It is also alleged that the video for “Starboy” alludes to The Weeknd being in the process of becoming a pawn of underworld rituals and activities.

Just like Taylor Swift and Beyonce, Lady Gaga has a number of sinister rumors surrounding her and her career. The latest one must surely be the darkest to date. Conspiracy theorists believe that Lady Gaga will not tolerate any kind of rivalry when it comes to releasing music, so she murders those who attempt a little friendly competition and then steals their music.
It is alleged that Gaga pushed musician Lina Morgana off a building in 2008 and then stole Morgana’s musical identity to launch her own career. It is also claimed that Gaga has placed subliminal messages alluding to the murder in her music videos. For instance, a newspaper in a Gaga video appears with the line, “Lady No More Gaga.” The words “More Gaga” are so close to “Morgana” that it has to be a clue.

The news broke in the early hours of December 26, 2016, that singer George Michael had died in his sleep on Christmas Day. While grieving commenced around the world, a conspiracy theory also immediately reared its head.
While it is now clear that Michael passed away due to heart failure, a theory has it that he was in fact sacrificed by the Illuminati or died from an overdose. There is already a YouTube video making the rounds “explaining” the theory.
Even more disturbing and sad is the speculation that the singer may have died from AIDS despite all reputable news sources stating his actual cause of death. In the meantime, police have confirmed that the circumstances surrounding the singer’s death are not being treated as suspicious.

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