Has the Illuminati recruited some of Mzansi’s biggest stars?

That’s the question conspiracy theorists have been asking for years and their quest for answers is never-ending.

Boity Thulo, LootLove, Nomuzi ‘Moozlie’ Mabena, and Fifi Cooper are just a few local stars who have been accused of ‘selling their soul to the devil’.

What do members of the Illuminati get in exchange for their souls? Fame and fortune, apparently.

Most of the ‘evidence’ linking celebrities to the ‘secret society’ is weak to say the least but all it takes is one T-shirt with ‘satanic symbols’ to capture the conspiracy theorists’ attention.

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Here’s a look at some stars who have been accused of being Illuminati members and what some of them had to say about it

Dr Tumi offered R14m

Gospel singer Dr Tumi was allegedly offered R14 million to become a member of the Illuminati. The musician revealed that he had been approached by a member of the secret society, who promised to make him a global star.

“So early today they tried to recruit me to join an Illuminati society. Got told I have been noticed and would be of value. Got promised $1mil a month and great fame and influence across the globe.

“But we are not the type you can buy with money. Won’t leave Jesus for fame or fortunes,” he wrote on Facebook last month.


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Black Coffee labelled an Illuminati supporter – again

Black Coffee has long been accused of having links to the Illuminati – a claim he strongly denies.

The internationally renowned DJ was first questioned about his involvement in 2015, when an aspiring DJ from Durban asked the Pieces of Me hitmaker how he could become a member in order to gain popularity. Black Coffee laughed off the request.

Fast-forward to 2019 and he is still being linked to the group. He was spotted wearing a T-shirt with a picture of man with ‘demon horns’. Twitter users were quick to point out that the image was associated with the Illuminati.

“You must be very careful of the person you follow, ask yourself what is it that this man representing?” one social media user wrote.