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9 Nigerian celebs rumoured to be members of Illuminati

Over the last three or four years Nigerian celebs have been rumoured to be a part of the Illuminati. Find out the ones who made the list.

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A few years ago as the Nigerian music scene opened itself to international interest it has been rumoured that some certain Nigerian celebrities belong to the evil cult bent on world domination.

Today we take a look at the Nigerian celebrities that have been said to be part of the Illuminati.

1) D'banj

At the height of his international fame circa 2012 it was rumoured that D'banj had become a member of the Illuminati. His rapid rise and signing with Kanye West (who is also said to be a member of the cult) triggered rumours that D'banj had sold his soul. Of course this is all Internet chatter seeing that there has been no concrete evidence of D'banj being a member of the Illuminati.

2) Charly Boy

The eccentric and veteran entertainer is known for his weird behaviour, and antics like appearing with a snake at certain events and channeling his female alter-ego. Charly Boy has turned up the eccentric antics and dressing over the years making many people to believe that he is a member of the Illuminati. He could be or not be a member. Charly Boy just acts to like weird.

3) 2face Idibia

2face's rumoured membership of Illuminati is a baffling one since 2face's style of music and persona does not really indicate that he is cahoot with with an evil cult. However 2face's success and longevity to some is an indication that he has sold his soul to the devil. It's amazing to think that people don't consider 2face's immense talent and skills as the reason why he has been around for a while.

4) Wizkid

It seems any Nigerian singer that has some sort of popularity abroad is a member of the Illuminati. No wonder that Wizkid is said to be a member also. His international success, recording songs with Chris Brown and Drake, might have made some people believe that Wizkid's success is down to the devil and not his hard work and talent.

5) Tonto Dikeh

Tonto Dikeh has the honour of being arguably the first and possibly only Nollywood actor to be tied to the Illuminati. Why? Maybe her crazy behaviour years ago made the conspiracy theorists believe that Tonto Dikeh was in league with the devil. Apparently crazy behaviour means you are a member of the evil cult. More successful actresses Genevieve Nnaji and Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde haven't been associated with the cult surprisingly.

6) Davido

Davido is on this list because of his immense success and fame within the last five years. It is as simple as that. Conspiracy theorists believe that as long as a Nigerian singer gets international fame he is a member of the Illuminati.

7) Psquare

This is another ridiculous one. Psquare is believed to be a member of the Illuminati. According to stupid rumours the twins sacrificed their mum to the evil cult. Absolute nonsense.

8) Goldie

The late pop singer was believed to a member of the Illuminati because she tailored her imagery to Lady Gaga who has been said to be not only an Illuminati member but a satanist also.

9) Dagrin

Ah of course this list will not be complete without Dagrin. After his untimely death in 2010 there have been stories that Dagrin sold his soul for fame and success. A witch has claimed that the late rapper approached her coven for fame. Recently a member of the Illuminati claimed he was a member.

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