Afrika Bambaataa Says Hip-Hop Has Been ‘Hijacked’ By Satanists

By Allen Starbury   /   Published 01/26/11

Afrika BambaataaHip-hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa thinks that hip-hop has been "hijacked" by Satanists, and has strayed far away from what it originally was.

In a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, the Zulu Nation founder explained that the culture that he helped birth has been manipulated to negatively influence the minds of its listeners.

"Hip-hop has been hijacked by a Luciferian conspiracy," Bambaataa told the paper. "People have used hip-hop in a lot of ways that cause a lot of mind problems. They use the word wrongfully. They use it to mean a part instead of a whole.

"Like many of these [radio] stations say they're hip-hop, they're playing hip-hop," he continued. "I go to these stations, and these so-called program directors don't know jack crap about hip-hop culture. They know rap to a certain extent. But I question them. I say, 'Where's your go-go, your hip-house, your electro-funk, your raga, your R&B and soul?' They get real quiet."

According to some theories, the infamous secret society, the Illuminati, adopts this uciferian conspiracy. Founder Adam Weishaupt is said to have adopted it the Luciferian ideology after defecting from Christianity in the 1770s, and wrote out a master plan that was designed to give the Synagogue of Satan, so named by Jesus Christ, ultimate world domination so they could impose the ideology on what would remain of the human race after the final social cataclysm by use of satanic despotism.

So now, apparently, hip-hop is one of the factors of influence on the people of today.

The conspiracy theories are running rampant these days in hip-hop, from Jay-Z to 50 Cent to Kanye West, all the major players are rumored to be involved on some level of the Illuminati. What do you think?

  • http://yourmom.com Hong Kong Fuey

    I cosign 100%

  • sirtheboss

    Program Directors @ these radio stations have no clue what real hip-hop is. They just play for pay. In another 5-10 years radio stations will be obsolete. The power of technology and the voice of the hip-hop community will leave them for dead.

  • PackAglock40

    He might be right. It seems today is all you is a good beat and nice chorus. What happen to the battle rappers? The ones with a good story. Scarface, it time to teach the youths. Mob deep come on back. Shit, missy Elliot show these hoes what is hip-hop!! Boy I miss the days of NWA, biggie, and tupac.

  • http://www.ballerstatus.com Nawledge4ya

    Well, it does say that Satan was the master of music when he once belong in the kingdom of heaven. So what makes you think he would stop there after being thrown out? Hmmmmmm!

  • gaetarick

    Word up Bam!

  • Frank Rizzo

    It's a F**KING BUSINESS. Radios play what people want to hear. I love rap battles as much as anyone but unfortunately we are in the minority.

  • DaUtmost

    The radio been programming niccas azzes for years now...The rap game is like the crack game...niccas sellin fake dope/music...like Goodie Mob said "if we don't get prepared people it's gon be a slaughter...."this shyt crazy waaay 2packed"

  • bigtrueballin

    Its a whole bunch of b.s. Beyonce was practically raised in a Christian Church, how in the world is she going to marry Jay-Z. She would remain true to the Christain Faith, and she is being accused of partaking in the Illuminati! Rock and roll was considered Devil music back then, now what happened to it? Rock and Roll got cleared, now people are just accusing Hip-Hop cuz its the newest thing and young people get into it. Bet they wouldnt have said a thing if only old people got into it!

  • http://www.revharrywilliams.org Harry Williams

    Bam has somewhat of a point. He made record years ago with James Brown. The hook went: "Peace, unity, love and having fun." We've come a long way from that to the "I'll shoot you in your face, nigga" records. I have worked with inner city kids. When will rappers come face to face with the incredible influence that they wield? When they admit that a record can influence a violent act? My hat is off to Bambaataa. He was a leader of the Black Spades, a huge New York street gang. He could have exploited that background in his music for profit. However, he understood the influence that he had been given and he refused to do it. May the Lord bless him.

  • dynamicproducer

    I always hear talk about the Illuminati. I agree about the stations not knowing much about all aspects of hiphop. Hopefully soon they'll be a turn around and people will know and recognize real hiphop again.

  • Bboymez

    The controllers of the planet recognized hip hop as a threat to their agenda, and are going to great lengths to destroy it in its purest form.