Conspiracy theorist have long considered hip-hop superstar Jay-Z a member of secret society groups like the Freemasons, and even the Illuminati.
When he dropped the music video for his Swizz Beatz-produced single, “On To The Next One,” blogs went crazy, accusing the rapper of blatantly pledging his allegiance to the Illuminati with graphic imagery that many believed proved his association.
Despite Jay’s denials, the chatter has yet to die down. So, the rapper answered the rumors again … with a rap song, aptly titled “Free Mason,” with Rick Ross.
On the track, Hov denies membership of the clubs, and/or that he worships the devil.
“N****s couldn’t do nothing with me, they put the devil on me / I’d have preferred n****s squeeze the metal on me / Rumors of Lucifer, I don’t know who to trust / Whole world want my demise, turn the music up.”
Later in his verse, Jay spits: “Hear me clearly, If y’all n****s fear me, just say y’all fear me. F*** all these fairy tales / Go to hell, this is God engineering… / He without sin shall cast the first stone / So y’all look in the mirror, double check y’all appearance.”
Then, he flat out denies being a Freemason with: “I said I was amazing, not that I’m a Mason / It’s amazing that I made it through the maze that I was in / Lord forgive me, I never woulda made it without sin / Holy water, my face in the basin / Diamonds in my rosary shows he forgave him / Bitch I’m red hot, I’m on my third six, but a devil I’m not.”
So, there you have it. Rumors of New World Order rap subliminals, secret handshakes, etc, are false. At least, he’s not going to admit it if they were.
The track, which also features John Legend, is set to appear on Rick Ross’ fourth studio album, Teflon Don, set to drop July 20th.