Today, April 21, 2016 we lost a God in the flesh. Legendary creative, outspoken and unique artist Prince Rogers Nelson passed on into the spirit realm.
We are extremely saddened but greatful at the same time to have been graced with one of the greatest, brightest and boldest voices of our lifetime.
Prince was and still is my favorite male singer of all time. I could remember just wanting a man to feel for me with the intensity of how Prince expressed his emotions. It was a fairytale listening to him.
As I scrolled through social media today, there were millions of fans in disbelief. My heart became heavy as if Prince was a family member.
The death of Prince was so sudden and unexpected, it got me to thinking, why would a very healthy black man just die all of a sudden. Then I remembered a few things that helped me to understand a little better.
In the recent years leading up to this questionable death, The Artist formally known as Prince had been exposing American lies, CHEMTRAILS and Illuminati in Hollywood.
While on a talk show, Prince talked about memories of Jets flying over his home releasing chemicals without warning. Shortly after the release of CHEMTRAILS into the neighborhood, Prince explained that all of his neighbors began fighting. From my understanding, these toxic chemicals are killing us slowly but surely. They are affecting our mental capacity our behavior and health. There is an ongoing war on the Afrikan community called “Depopulation”. Dr. Frances Cress-Welsing taught us about genetic annihilation and how the white man is extremely afraid that black people will largely outnumber them. All aspects of genocides are simply to contain and control the African nation out of fear. Prince also went into details about legendary freedom fighter, Dick Gregory exposing these unknown chemicals.
Check out this explosive interview of Prince below:
Prince had been fighting for musicians for many years and in earlier years, had changed his name to “The Artist” in a huge battle against his record label. Mr. Prince Nelson was very vocal in regards to artists owning their own music and creations.
Honestly, I found out about the eight U. S. Presidents before George Washington from Prince years ago, otherwise I wouldn’t have known any of it.
I respect Prince deeply for his bravery, honesty, creativity, unapologetically, beautifully gifted soul.
Babylon will stop at nothing to hide their lies, murders and deceptions. We have been breathing, eating and drinking poison. As soon as a Black Messiah becomes bold enough to fight the powers that be, they mysteriously come up dead.
The news outlets are feeding us false stories about drugs and the flu but the conscious community know better than to believe mass media propaganda.
Another coincidence is legend Nina Simone died on April 21, 2003 as well. You do the math and stay woke people.
It’s amazing to hear songs and love them but you really have no idea what the artist was speaking of. We hear the cool beats, flowetic rhymes, the banging and all but the song ends without us receiving the hidden knowledge.
Being a growing conscious mind myself, I can honestly say, I get it now. I have awakened to the message.
Nas has been spitting knowledge for almost my entire life. I’ve always loved him but was too blinded to understand why.
Through him I learned about our hidden history. I learned that the history books in America are all lies!
That Afrikans are the Indigenous nation who are now walking around calling themselves everything but Afrikan. I learned that Pochahontas was an Afrikan slave and most likely died a horrible death after discovering what Europeans were planning on doing to the true Native Americans (Afrikans)
I learned about the ‘Lost Tribe Of Shabazz’ and so much more.
Not only do I thank Nas but I thank Lauryn Hill, RZA, KRS One, Michael Jackson, Jay Z, Beyonce, Pimp C, Lupe Fiasco, J. Cole and a few more for speaking the whole truth.
Nas taught us that we are Gods, in a land stolen right from under us.
Also Leonardo DiCaprio has been trying to wake us up as well.
It’s kind of heartbreaking when you finally wake up and realize the horrors bestowed upon Afrikans for hundreds of years.
Salute to the original Kings and Queens of the universe and keep searching for the true meaning of history and knowledge. Knowledge is the new money and power.
Rumors have been circulating for 20 years in regards to the tragic murders of rap legends Tupac and Notorious B. I. G. The sad thing is no one can prove exactly what happened to these two talented musicians.
We are all very much familiar with the East Coast vs West Coast beef in the 90s that went entirely too far. Both rappers we’re gunned down in their early 20’s by unknown malicious murderers.
Well some new information surfaced and was brought back to the forefront this week. The New York Daily News reported an article alleging that a former LAPD detective discovered crucial evidence in Tupac’s death. Mogul P. Diddy, who launched the career of Biggie, allegedly put a hit out on the Outlaw rapper 2pac all those years ago according to sources. We have no idea if the information is true but we have watched the documentary and there is some eye opening details on it. We would hope that Sean Puffy Combs did not stoop to such vicious violence out of retaliation. This information is alleged news and we are still trying to get to the bottom of it like the rest of the world. Rapper 50 cent made a joke about the situation today on Instagram but it is definitely not a laughing matter.
Watch the “Murder Rap” documentary here:
– Explain the picture of you and #Tupac .”
Rosie: ” Everyone thought that we were having sex…and weren’t. What had happen was is that I was supposed to go the Soul Train Music awards with this other guy in the music industry don’t ask who, he stood me up! He stood me up 15 minutes before we were supposed to leave and Tupac..we were friends and he called me up he was like “wassup?” and I was crying and he said ” Yo, forget that muthafucka.”, and he said let’s go up there, i’ll be your date.” and I said what? and he goes ” He’s gonna be so jealous of me and you.” and everything and I said “yeah?” and he goes “plus I want you to hook me up with #Madonna .” We were in the limousine me, Tupac and my best friend Julie and we were sitting there smoking and I look at Pac and he looks at me and I go “Are we supposed to kiss or something?” and he said no, because you’re the type of girl that someone marries.” “and we got out of the limo and I was soo stoned and I was so scared and everything and he’s like “Don’t worry, I got you and that’s the moment in the picture of him holding my hand. (thefreerootsproject)
Films like Straight Outta Compton, Creed and Concussion stuck with us in 2015. These movies stole our hearts and took over the box office, so why didn’t they receive the highest recognition in the award industry?
Many are upset and outraged at how African American films have been overlooked for years. This time around, celebrities are speaking out about it. Even though comedian/actor Chris Rock is hosting the show, he posted a video with a very real caption:
We love a variety of movies whether it’s an all black or all white cast, that isn’t important. The fact of the matter is, a great movie is Just that, great, no matter whom the cast may be. Actress, Jada Pinkett Smith and wife of ‘Concussion’ movie star, Will Smith, is reportedly calling for a ban of the Oscars.
In this day and age, we have to do better morally, culturally and humanly. Give the people what they want! Show us all that America is not a racist land, speaking of ‘Freedom’ but acting otherwise.