He then goes on the speculate that Perry and Schilling may actually be the same person, which complicates this whole mess even further, but makes it even easier to see how this ridiculous rabbit-hole has no end. "Nooooooooo" The government-ordered meltdown When Britney Spears shaved her head and was put on a psychiatric hold in 2007, most people went right to the simplest explanation that she was hooked on something hard.
"Drugs are bad. Mkay?" But upon closer examination, it was quickly revealed that the timing of Spears' breakdown and its headlines almost perfectly coincided with a number of political scandals that plagued then-President George W. Bush. So was Spears having a real-life crisis, or was she just a government-directed distraction helping to shift the focus off the embattled administration? If you've seen her acting skills in Crossroads, you should already be just about at your conclusion here. "You know, I think that she just got fed up and took off without even thinking." The CIA assassin There is no denying the fact that the terrifying attempt on Bob Marley's life at the hands of a group of armed gunmen was a coordinated effort.
But the incident gave rise to popular conspiracy theory that suggested that the son of an ex-CIA director delivered a pair of boots to the "Jammin" singer that gave him the cancer that ultimately killed him. "Bob Marley was a victim of the CIA's covert assassination program." The theory is that Carl Colby, a documentary crew member, somehow made his way past Marley's "machete-bearing Rastas" to gain access to the singer ahead of the Smile Jamaica Fest. Colby also happened to be ex-CIA director William Colby's son. And it just so happened that during this time, a pair of boots was "delivered" to Marley. After something jabbed Marley's toe when he put the boots on, it was discovered that "a length of copper wire" had been seemingly "embedded in the boot." Five months later, Marley played in the infamous soccer game during which he injured his toe, which ultimately led to the discovery that he had cancer.
He died five years later, but potheads have been toking up in the decades since, endlessly speculating on how the CIA killed the reggae legend. Frankenmiley Miley Cyrus may have killed off her squeaky clean Hannah Montana persona long ago, but there are people who actually believe Cyrus herself is dead and somehow reanimated. Social media site 4chan is rife with members who claim that Cyrus refused some of Disney's executive demands and the House of Mouse offed her, only to clone her—stitch parts of her back together, depending on how far you want the craziness to run.
One YouTuber went so far as to post a video that starts with descriptions of the four types of Illuminati clones known to exist, including "synthetic people," which are clones of humans somehow made from the manipulation of cow, duck and chicken DNA. The video then moves into a slideshow of then-and-now pics of Cyrus that don't really prove much of anything outside of hair and makeup changes, but some people are still convinced she's not a real person anymore. The real Momma Knowles Beyonce has been at the center of several conspiracy theories, including rumors that she faked her first pregnancy. But the strangest one has to be the theory that her sister Solange, is actually her daughter. According to Buzzfeed's breakdown of this nonsense, Beyonce been lying about her age this whole time — despite the fact that her childhood was basically spent performing in front of people and being recorded on video -- and gave birth to Solange at age 12 or 13.
The story comes by way of Beyonce's "cousin Ang" who reportedly decided to spill the family tea after Beyonce "threw shade" at her about her weight at a Christmas party. Sure, a DNA test could probably clear this whole thing up, with with that kind of credible sourcing, who even needs science? The un-won Oscar Marisa Tomei was a newcomer when she took home the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for My Cousin Vinny, which was part of the reason that rumors circulated that the award was actually meant to go to Vanessa Redgrave for Howard's End.
Supposedly, Jack Palance, the presenter of the award, was wasted and simply read the wrong name. Of course, Palance's on-stage theatrics were certainly worth talking about ... "For the best performance by an actress in a supporting role the Oscar goes to..." Snopes later debunked the theory, pointing out that there has been a contingency in place since 1953 by Price Waterhouse, "the official tabulators of the Academy Award ballots," in the occasion that the wrong winner is called. They also point out that this exact situation happened in 2017 when La La Land was accidentally announced as the Best Picture winner, only to be immediately corrected and awarded to Moonlight. The living legend There has been speculation that rapper Tupac Shakur faked his own death when he was reportedly shot and killed back in 1996. Why? Well, apparently he's got a lot of doppelgangers and recorded a ton of music before his untimely death—seven albums' worth of which was released posthumously. The rumors died down for a while until September 2015, when a retired police officer told The Mirror he was paid $million to help Shakur fake his death and that he was working with Suge Knight, who also claimed that Shakur is still alive.
Still, in 1997—before Photoshop was really a thing yet—the book The Killing Of Tupac Shakur featured a grisly autopsy photo of the rapper after his death, which really should stop the rumors for good. The sister-brother hybrid There are a ton of bizarre conspiracy theories about Michael Jackson, like how he was supposedly chemically castrated by acne medications as a child, he never actually died and he now lives as a pile of clothes in the backseat of his daughter Paris' car, and he's an immortal based on a 3,000 year old bust of an Egyptian woman. So, there's a lot to unpack when it comes to the mysteries of the King of Pop, but one of the most curious conspiracy theories about him is that he and sister LaToya are the same person. It doesn't matter that they've been spotted out and about together on multiple occasions throughout their well-documented lifetimes, but, hey, we don't call 'em crazy conspiracy theories for no reason.
Keeping up with Khloe's dad Perhaps in response to the long-lived rumors that Khloe Kardashian is possibly the daughter of O.J. Simpson, her sister Kylie Jenner Instagrammed a photo of Khloe posing with Alex Roldan, Kris Jenner's long-time hairdresser. Not only was their resemblance eerily similar, but Kylie also included the caption, "First official photo of my sister and her dad! Like father like daughter!" That's when the internet really went nuts. Side-by-side comparisons popped up everywhere, and, to complicate matters further, Kris Jenner had previously admitted in her 2011 memoir that she had an affair in her mid 30s. So, the flames of speculation about Khloe being another man's child were already red hot. "Why don't we just do a DNA test. Once and for all we'll have an answer." Like, this is the truth.
Done. Because I don't need an answer. So get over yourself, bye. Regardless of the truth about Khloe Kardashian's paternity, one thing is for sure. The family has squeezed every last drop of publicity they could out of it. The prodigal daughter Speculation about Suri Cruise's parentage was almost a foregone conclusion, since Tom Cruise's crazy Scientology antics were already pretty well-documented by the time he got Katie Holmes pregnant in 2005. The fact that he never had biological children with either of his previous wives, Mimi Rogers and Nicole Kidman, led people to believe he was infertile and that Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard fathered Suri, despite the fact that he died three decades before her conception. Andrew Morton, the author of Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography played a large part in rejuvenating the rumor.
Even though his book states that the claim is obviously untrue, he "cruelly suggests that Katie Holmes still might have wondered if she were carrying the Devil's spawn, à la Rosemary's Baby," according to The New York Times. Not surprisingly, Cruise's lawyer threatened to sue as soon as the book was released in the U.S., and it couldn't even be published in the UK because of stricter libel laws. Nevertheless, the theory gained traction in the crazier circles of the Internet, and TMZ did a thorough examination of Suri's birth certificate which didn't help matters much. Both Katie and Tom are listed as the parents, although neither signed the form, but rather, a "friend" came in days later to represent them. Is that strange? Sure. Is it all the kindling needed to ignite a full-blown conspiracy blaze? Definitely. The Satanist clone Back in 2013, photos of Zeena LaVey, a one-time high priestess in the Church of Satan, started circulating on the Internet because she bears a remarkable resemblance to Taylor Swift.
The Illuminati clone conspiracies quickly ramped up, as well as the nonsensical idea that Swift is a reincarnation of LaVey, who is still alive. As if that wasn't enough, others think Swift is secretly inserting Illuminati imagery into her videos to "manifest demons into our world," as part of her "journeys into these dark recesses of the occult" because that's what bored conspiracy theorists come up with during their downtime. "We all go a little mad sometimes." And here you thought the celebrity gossip circuit was just harmless fun. Thanks for watching! Click the Nicki Swift icon to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Plus check out all this cool stuff we know you'll love, too!.
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