Monday, October 17, 2011

Lil Wayne's Secret


Regardless of whether you listen to hip hop or not, I'm sure the vast majority of you has heard of Lil Wayne. His music is undoubtfully a part of pop culture, however in the past before his popularity was as high as it is today, he made a song called I Feel Like Dying. Now the actual subject matter is about what sounds like Lil Wayne's drug addiction however there have been rumors starting around 2007-2008 that the song contained a hidden message if played reveresed. As one of the many people that listened to it, I have to say I was pretty creeped out after hearing it. Some people have taken the liberty of making lyrics to the reveresed song and as expected the lyrics vary from video to video. However the content is always the same: violence, murder, and something demonic.
As a curious person I decided to do some research on the subject and I haven't found much. When Wikipedia had an article on the song briefly it said that Lil Wayne never commented on whether the rumors were true. Upon going for underground sources(I have some connections with people in the music industry) I uncovered that once during an interview Lil Wayne was asked about the rumors regarding the song and he reportedly ignored the question. When the interviewer persisted Lil Wayne just got up and left, ending the interview prematurely. Another account said that when a fan ran into him on the street and asked about the rumor, he starting yelling at him and cursing at him. When the fan kept asking, Lil Wayne assaulted him and told him to never mention the song again. There were several more accounts of things like this happening, however one of the stories involved a woman actually being murdered by fellow rappers and label mates Drake and Gudda Gudda for asking about it. Using the same music industry connections I have, I managed to get ahold of some back stage tickets at a concert he was having, however the concert wasn't for another five months so I had to put my quest for answers on pause until then.
When the day of the concert arrived I sat next to some die hard fans who kept screaming. Like most people, I'm always wondering how he became so popular despite his rap skills not being the best. But I wasn't one to question how a man makes his living so I just kicked back and enjoyed the concert. The concert itself was unbelievably hyped up. There was so much energy it was like a musician's idea of heaven. After the concert ended some hours later I went backstage and met Lil Wayne. Despite his lyrics he is actually a very sweet and homely guy. When I was introduced to him by the bodyguards, he was sitting down reading his Bible. He got up and greeted me and he introduced me to the rest of the Young Money group. Drake shook my hand then walked out of sight. Nicki Minaj gave me a hug and I wont lie, I wish that hug lasted forever. After shaking the rest of the group's hands and chatting briefly with Tyga, I sat down to talk with Lil Wayne. We discussed religion and our faith(for those who don't know Lil Wayne is a practicing Christain), the backround stories behind his songs(the song Lollipop was actually a dare by one of the song's producers, Jim Jonsin, to make a song about blow jobs to jokingly release as a single), and our lives. I was impressed by how intelligent this man really is, hes had a rough life growing up in the Hollygrove area of New Orleans and he says hes blessed to have a career as sucessful as his. I decided after about 30 minutes of chatting to bring up I Feel Like Dying. As I brought it up, his face went from happy and cheerful to just drained of its color, like if something terrified him. As we talked about the song, he had told me he was in a hard time in his life when he wrote the song, that without drugs he felt like he would die, and then he tried to change the subject. When I asked about the rumors of a hidden message in the song, he became visibly furious and denied that there was a hidden message. When I told him I had sources saying otherwise, he was now in the point of tears and told me to get the fuck out. As security was escorting me out, I managed to catch a glimpse of him clutching his Bible and chanting Bible verses over and over again. The man was now obviously afraid and now it got me more curious: why would this man just freak out and have me kicked out? I knew there was a reason and I set out to find it.
After some time has passed, I managed to get ahold of Cool and Dre. If you dont know who they are, they are 
The song reversed with supposed lyrics
The original song
hip hop producers who have produced many of Lil Wayne's songs. I chatted with them and as I mentioned the supposed hidden message in I Feel Like Dying, Dre just stomped out of the room and Cool just stood there with a frozen expression on his face. When I asked once again, he whispered to me "I can't explain here, they'll hear us, follow me." When I asked who was "they", he told me to follow him to his car. When we got to it, told me to NEVER mention what he was gonna tell me to anybody then he started the car and started driving. After fifteen minutes of driving and Cool being silent, we arrived at a large church. The church was already having sessions as I could see a swarm of people gathering inside. I followed Cool into the church and said "Alright, they can't hear us here." When I asked who, he replied with "The real producers of that song." Apparently shortly before Lil Wayne's popularity exploded, he made a pact with a demon named Murmur, that in exchange for his soul, finding a few more people to make the same pact, and allowing him to possess Lil Wayne for a short period of time, he would make him one of the the most popular rappers alive and make sure his career prospers. Lil Wayne agreed and he started looking for new talent to recruit. He said that Murmur was the true writer of the song and several of his minions were actually the producers. When Lil Wayne recorded the song, it wasn't really him, it was Murmur possessing him for the sole purpose of making the song reality. Lil Wayne has no memory of recording the song and after a few years found new recruits. Those new recruits? We know them as Young Money. All of the rappers in the Young Money group have made the same pact and Lil Wayne's deal was complete. Murmur kept his part of the deal and helped Lil Wayne's and the Young Money group's careers become sucessful. However Lil Wayne now regrets the deal because he now fears for his soul and now regularly attends church, prays fanatically, and reads his Bible every chance he gets, hoping it will be enough for God to forgive him and take back the deal. Cool then said he remembers one time going to a studio session when the song was being recorded. He said Murmur looked like a soldier with a uniform that resembled the French Foreign Legion. The color of the uniform however was a mixture of red, black, and orange, like fire and brimstone colors. His face looked strangely human, not anything you'd expect a demon to look like but his pupils were pure black. Right next to him was a strange animal next to him that resembeled a giant vulture, he said that it kept staring at him and he got extremely uncomfortable. He said Murmur spoke to Lil Wayne briefly before turning into a floating pile of dust and violently flying inside Lil Wayne's mouth. The force knocked him down and he started violently choking and vomiting some foul smelling yellow substance. When it ended, Lil Wayne/Murmur went to the recording booth and started recording the normal song. He looked behind him and saw 2 very large demonic creatures mixing the songs and playing around with the instrumentals. The larger demon looked at him with glaring bloodshot eyes and said in a low booming voice to leave the room. Then Cool told me "Now you know everything, never tell anybody you heard this from me, everybody involved in the making of that song is not supposed to reveal its true origins. Thats why Lil Wayne gets aggressive when asked about it, they will drag us straight to hell if we ever told. Do you listen to Lil Wayne or the other Young Money artists? Their lyrics aren't good, in fact, they flat out suck. It's beacuse of the pact is why they are so successful, the forces of hell make sure the weak minded people who listen to their music gets sucked in and asks for more. Now tell me your address, I'll drive you home." After driving me home, I watched him get drive off extremely quick and recklessly.
I kept replaying everything over and over in my mind, I couldn't believe it was true. But I guess this is pretty common, there are successful music artists who don't really have much talent today who are actually really popular. While it would be retarded to assume they made the same pact as Lil Wayne, it doesn't hurt to keep an open mind. Next time you hear conspiracy theories about popular artists selling their souls to the devil, keep an open mind. Because with some research, you might just find it true.


21 comments:

  1. wow i tottally love this is gave me such the creeps and freaked me out listening to that song in reverse i love your blog :)

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  2. I guess that's why everyone knows about this. Right?

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  3. Nice and informative blog. The fact that you've posted this shows care and dedication. Thanks for the share.

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    1. You don't give any pure evidence which makes his false. You cant say Cool told you this then never have his actually quote. That is just silly. I could make up a quote from someone too lol. If he did say this to you then wouldn't he be "pulled back into hell" like he claimed would happen if he told anyone? Lol. Your story doesn't tie together. Too many loose ends and not enough facts.

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  4. dis is fukin stupid! dese are juss haters tryin to ruin a young mans success!! he is a good rapper nd by faar "The BEST rapper alive" nd how da fukk are u gnna come out of a concert wich normaly end at 12 to 1 in da morning den go to a church filling up wit pple a short time later!?!?!?!!
    who da faaak goes to church at 3 to 4 in da morning? nd swaming wit pple!?!?
    juss admit dat lil Wayne is mkin money n succeeding in life wile all u dumbass bitches juss hatin!
    YOUNG MONEY CASH MOneY Mudafukas!! all day everyday

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    1. You should learn this statement nicely,it wasn't the same morning after the concert,it happene after sometime has passed,go back to the story and read carefully.

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    2. Ugh! After reading this comment, the validity of this blog no longer matters in my eyes. It is so nauseating to see someone who is obviously old and able enough to read this blog, take the time to write a reply filled W/ content that sounds like a completely illiterate person wasted their time to write it. That's what is wrong W/ America Today; People not just this person, lots of people literally go out of their way to misspell words, use terrible grammer, and punctuation, because they think they sound hardcore or whatever their reasonings are, this is just one prime example of what's wrong w society today! No I'm not some old person talking about all the "Kids" in the world whose messing it up; I'm 29 Years Old! You need to realize talking this only makes you look stupid and very trashy. Grow-Up and then maybe you could join some debates.

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  5. MurMur shuud be draggin ur dumass straight to hell for you publishing dis to pple! i thot dey tld you you kuudnt tell anyone!?!?!?!!
    LiL Wayne is a modafukan "G"
    "I Feel Like FlyIN"
    -LiL Wayne

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  6. I bulieve it but I still see lil Wayne doing upside down crosses and all kinds of anti Christian things. He knew once he made that pact there was no going back. He can pray all day if he was serious he wulda walked away from his career....

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  7. People should simply enjoy the story behind this blog. What's the point of arguing behind the screen name anonymous it just makes your opinion matter that much less, then speaking to one another like you bite as bad as you bark? It's a story you guys just enjoy it because if you think about it no story will ever be perfect, or not have loose ends. Thats the beauty of being an author; the story is yours to create however and which way you desire. If Lil Wayne is or isn't who or what we think or hope he is then let it be... were not him.

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  8. Well what's amazing is that I probably would have written this blog off had Lil Wayne not said "I hope you bitches love me like Satan do" in his new song "as long as my bitches love me! Take it or leave it but the proof is in the pudding

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  9. Weather you belive it or not look at this, wayne says in his last song"i hope you bitches love me like Satan do". Proof is in the pudding. And for you doubters the song was "as long as my bitches love me"

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    1. He also said,High way to heaven God do you see my head light.. So he is driving to heaven eh?? Asshole.

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  10. All the anonomys comments have something odd about them

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  11. All the anonymous comments are strange or deceitful did anyone notice?

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  12. All the anonomys comments have something odd about them

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  13. When I read the 1st post on this blog(scary well) I started loving it,but after reading this,I started laughing... Guys in summary what he is saying is "God can't make you famous as a rapper"
    So in todays news of weezy wanting to retire,is it 'murmur' retiring 2? Or has God collected the deal.. You said none of YM lyrics are cool.. Nigga,are you sure its the Young money I know? Or the one in your dreams... Any resonable person should read this link. http://www.carliswag.com/hood/modern-age-illuminati-is-seldom-true-carliswagblog/

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