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Jay Z is an Illuminati Puppet, Says Christian Rapper Bizzle

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By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
March 18, 2014|9:56 am

Bizzle, a Christian rapper that recently made headlines for his response to Macklemore's "Same Love" expressed his opinion on rapper Jay Z's involvement with alleged secret society the Illuminati this week.

In an interview with hip-hop media outlet VladTV, Bizzle was asked what he thought about artists such as Rihanna, Jay Z and Kanye West being involved with it.

"I don't think he's down at a respected level," said the rapper regarding Jay Z. "If anything I would say [he's] a puppet. I don't want to say [it's definite], but that's what I believe."

He also discussed Kanye West's decision to name his last album Yeezus.

"Anybody who sees Kanye, we know about his ego, so it's not strange that he would try to put himself on that level," he said. "I think its mockery. If I say Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior and [Kanye] is calling himself Yeezus, I know where you got it from and you just had a record called New God Flow and you were already on records [saying] you started your own religion."

Bizzle claims to have come to these conclusions after thoroughly listening to the material put out by West and Jay Z in recent years.

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"I don't just jump to conclusions off of one record," he said. "There's been a lot of different references."

Bizzle is no stranger to controversy as his response to Macklemore's gay advocacy anthem "Same Love" stirred up a media frenzy that garnered support and criticism from believers and non-believers.

In the song, the Christian rapper addresses the comparisons made to the black civil rights movement in the 1960s by gay advocacy activists and supporters and explains the differences between the two. He released the track after Macklemore's Grammy performance that feature real live same-sex weddings.

 

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