Lil Wayne Illuminati Symbols & Lyrics
As with most music artists, Lil Wayne Illuminati symbols and lyrics have become more obvious with every album release.
A more recent fad in music has been to foreshadow the world coming to end with themselves being able to live through this crisis, hence their phrase, "Forever Young." Forever young has been used by countless artists including Jay-Z, Kesha, and Katy Perry.
Their other scare tactics are done through lyrics like Rihanna's song, "Umbrella," or Lil Wayne's very own, "Drop the World."
This music video depicts a future that is dark and dangerous. Buildings are on fire and anarchists run the streets. Eminem, who has Illuminati symbolism of his own, is featured alongside Lil Wayne.
One of the most interesting parts of this song are these lines of lyrics:
I know what they don't wanna tell you
Just hope you're heaven sent, and you're hell proof
I walk up in the world and cut the lights off
And confidence is the stain they can't wipe off
Uhhh, my word is my pride
But wisdom is bleak and that's a word from the wise
Serve to survive, murdered and bribed
And when it got too heavy I put my burdens aside
What is it that Lil Wayne is trying to tell us? Maybe a clue is given when looking the cover of his latest hit single, "How to Love."
The jacket he is wearing is made by a company called Unif. Interestingly, almost all of their clothing is riddled with Illuminati symbols. They even sell hats such as this one.
If you look closely you'll see an eye in the center of an Illuminati pyramid.
So does Lil Wayne support the Illuminati, or is he just doing what he's told?
The song "Politics" contains the most telling lines of lyrics out of all of Lil Wayne's songs.
Question, what the fuck is you go do, when that new world (order) come for you
When that new world (order) come for you, revolution is never the solution
Prostitution, drug distribution, war contribution, all for the love of the constitution
This song makes Lil Wayne appear to be on the side of his listeners, unlike Rihanna and Jay-Z who do no more than taunt anyone who, in contrast to themselves, can't survive the economic destruction that the Illuminati may inflict upon the world.
But then again...