When this site was launched more than 10 years ago, music videos contained some occult symbolism, but it was mostly subtle and covert. I had to write long paragraphs and quote obscure books to explain how the symbolism related to the occult elite and the Illuminati. Fast forward to 2020 and this is what they’re singing:
Illumi, Illumi, Illuminati (¡jaja!)
In an era where the occult elite is rearing its ugly head and putting its agenda in overdrive, the music industry has become nothing less than a propaganda arm of the elite. And, since rap is extremely popular with young people, lots of efforts were made to turn this art form into a braindead, satanic cesspit.
In the past years, I’ve written articles about artists such as Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd, and Young Thug – all young rappers who’ve starred in videos that are blatant, in-your-face celebrations of the occult elite and its satanic mindset. However, Lil Pump’s Illuminati manages to take things to yet another level of overtness … while sinking to yet another level of patheticness.
Then, Lil Pump comes in to brag about the fact that he sold his soul.
His verse begins like this:
Might wake up tomorrow and buy a Bugatti (Bugatti)
Illuminati (Yeah, sheesh)
Swervin’ in ‘Rari while I’m on an Oxy (Brr)
Two twin hoes in the lobby (In the lobby), ooh
Sorry, b*tch, I don’t say sorry (Uh-uh, yeah)
F*cked on that b*tch from the UK
I put her on molly, now she act retarded (Damn)
Illuminati make a b---h go crazy (Go crazy)
I don’t know which one of these is my baby (Uh)
To sum up, Lil Pump says that the Illuminati allows him to purchase a Bugatti and to drive a Ferrari while incapacitated on opioids. He is also proud of the fact that he drugged a girl to the point that she is now mentally challenged.