Lupe Fiasco Recounts Extra-Worldly Experience; Radio Host Prays Through Alien Visit?

Lupe Fiasco is a rapper from Chicago.
Lupe Fiasco is a rapper from Chicago. | (Photograph: Twitter/@team_lupefiasco)

Lupe Fiasco, 30-year-old Chicago rapper, recently shared an extraterrestrial experience on a Los Angeles radio show, where one of the hosts shared how her similar experience was changed with prayer.

Fiasco appeared on "Big Boy's Neighborhood" morning show on Power 106 radio station, where he revealed an incident that he believed was an alien encounter.

"Theres no way to prove it but when I was 11, I definitely had an extra-worldly experience," Fiasco said. "I remember waking up and just being shocked, I was surrounded by this electricity. I was trying to call and wake my cousin up and roll out (of) the bed and I couldn't move."

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The rapper went on to explain that he saw a black disc that he believed was a spacecraft.

"You think ok it's an electric shock, I can really feel it. So it stops and I look out the window and I see a black disc fly in front of the window, sit there and then fly out," he said. "It's maybe seven in the morning, it wasn't like a night thing."

Rikki Martinez, the co-host of the morning radio program, said she could identify with the rapper and recounted her own tale of an extra-worldly experience.

"My thing was i was lying down on the couch sleeping in the living room and it was next to the window. All of a sudden I felt like I was waking up, you know when you're getting back into consciousness and I felt a beam of light on me," Martinez said. "And I heard the hover outside. I couldn't move."

While Martinez said she couldn't call her mother for help or speak, she was able to pray which ultimately changed the situation.

"I tried to yell for my mom, and you couldn't yell. I started praying," the co-host said. "Once I started praying and I did my 'our fathers' it went away. And when it went away, I just knew it. I knew I was being visited."

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