Lil Nas X Releases Nike ‘Satan Shoes’ That Contain Human Blood And Are Limited To 666 Pairs, Nike Sues

Rapper Lil Nas X unveiled a limited edition pair of “Satan shoes” that contain human blood and are limited to 666 pairs.

The “Old Town Road” singer is released the pair of shoes on March 29 as a collaboration with the custom sneaker brand MSCHF. The shoes start at $1,018 and contain “60cc ink and 1 drop of human blood.”

The timing of the shoe’s release coincides with the release of Nas’s latest video, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” which was released Thursday. The music video shows him dancing on a stripper pole on his way down to hell, as well as giving Satan a lap dance.

The title video “Montero” is a reference to Lil Nas X’s real name, Montero Lamar Hill, according to NBC.

Lil Nas X tweeted on March 25 that the song was dedicated to”14-year old Montero.” (RELATED: Lil Nas X Explains Why He Opened Up About Being Gay)

“I wrote a song with our name in it. it’s about a guy I met last summer. I know we promised to never come out publicly, I know we promised never to be “that” type of gay person, I know we promised to die with the secret, but this will open doors for many other queer people to simply exist,” the statement read in part.

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The Luciferian elite who have been secretly leading the world into global slavery under their rule are boldly exhibiting their true religion:

Three days prior to the premiere of th satan shoes, Lil Nas – who is being promoted to elementary age school children – premiered a video where he simulates gay sex with Satan.

Nike later released a statement and denied their involvement with Lil Nas X. Nike said they did not collaborate on the production of the Satanic shoes by Lil Nas.

“We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,” Nike said in a statement. “Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.”

Lil Nas later posted on Twitter what was called an “apology” but once you click on it the video shows him lap dancing on Satan. The shoes were released on the Holiest week in the Christian calendar, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Nike sued MSCHF.

Nike claims MSCHF buys the shoes from Nike, then the artists it works with make their own creative modifications before selling them at a higher price.

Nike’s suing for trademark infringement because the famous Swoosh logo is still prominently featured on X’s shoes. It wants damages, and perhaps more importantly for Nas X … Nike wants the judge to block all sales of the Satan Shoe.

The Satan Shoe sparked outrage within the sports world … with stars like Trevor Lawrence and Nick Young voicing their disgust with the product.

According to Brendan Dunne MSCHF said last week, “It is totally legal in the sense that, because we’re not doing knockoffs, because we are buying their shoes and doing our own art and selling it for more, it’s like 1000 present legal.”

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See AlsoThe Occult Meaning of Lil Nas X’s “MONTERO” and the Symbolism of His “Satan Shoes”

Super Bowl LV

Goldstein Biden appeared with his wife on videoscreen to tell America to obey. Joe Biden said. “Wear masks. Stay socially distance. Get tested.” Both tyrannical Orwellian rules that do not work and only serve to take away our freedoms.

Super Bowl LV kicked off with the singing of the Black National Anthem. Alicia Keys sang, “Lift Your Voice and Sing” in Tampa to start off the festivities. Shots of NFL players kneeling to the US National Anthem and Black Lives Matter protests were included in this Super Bowl video. (TGP) The Super Bowl ratings were down 9% from last year, was the least-watched since 2006, and the lowest-rated Super Bowl in 50 years!

The game was televised nationally by CBS. Country music singer Eric Church and R&B singer Jazmine Sullivan performed the national anthem.

The Game

The NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs, 31–9. The game took place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida and was the fifth Super Bowl hosted by the Tampa area and the third held at Raymond James Stadium. It was the fourth time that the Super Bowl was in the same state in back-to-back years; Super Bowl LIV had taken place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

The Buccaneers became the first team to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium, and the first wild card team to appear in the Super Bowl since the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV. In his first season as a player for the Buccaneers, quarterback Tom Brady appeared in his 10th Super Bowl and won his seventh, both records for an individual player. The Chiefs sought to become the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since Brady’s former team, the New England Patriots (XXXVIII and XXXIX). Due to COVID-19 protocols limiting the stadium’s seating capacity to 25,000 fans, this was the lowest attended Super Bowl. For the 5th time in his career, Brady was named Super Bowl MVP, completing 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns.

The Satanic Halftime Show

The halftime show was headlined by Canadian singer The Weeknd. Former KC Chief and NFL standout Larry Johnson took to Twitter and claimed that The Weeknd performed a satanic ritual in front of thousands of people inside Raymond James Stadium and the millions watching at home.

The Vigilant Citizen writes that The Weeknd’s Super Bowl performance appears to be the conclusion to a narrative that has been going on for months. Through music videos and live performances, the singer has been telling a story about fame, fortune, and the true cost of it all. This story was amplified and “validated” by mass media itself as he was given the opportunity to play out his persona on the biggest stages on Earth. After winning awards and appearing in countless media events while in character, The Weeknd brought his dark persona to the masses during the Super Bowl Halftime show.

The moral of the story: Selling your soul is totally worth it … until you get decapitated. More importantly, the show is a reminder of who actually rules the “entertainment” that we’re supposed to consume while in lockdown.


Other symbols pointed out by others not covered in the video above:

Even a player used an Illuminati hand sign to close out the Super Bowl as Bucs linebacker Devin White made an interception in the endzone and then celebrated in front of the camera with the Illuminati 666 symbol over his eye.

In his after-game interview and in a now-deleted Tweet, Chiefs player Tyrann Mathieu said after his incident on the field with Tom Brady, “He called me something I won’t repeat but yeah I’ll let all the media throw me under bus as if I did something or said something to him…” However, Tom Brady was mic’d up for the entire game and could have easily proven he was innocent while Mathieu would have been the next Jussie Smollett.

Rapper Azealia Banks Dug Up Her Dead Cat Named Lucifer and Cooked It on Instagram

Is she mentally deranged? Or was she simply engaging in typical music industry witchcraft? Why not both?

Sometimes I re-read the headlines I find myself writing and I’m stunned by their absurdity. On the other hand, one can never be fully surprised by anything when dealing with the dark side of the entertainment industry. Because a lot of people in that industry are into very sick stuff.

Azealia Banks is a rapper but she’s mostly known for beefing with people on Twitter. She’s also known for posting disturbing stuff on Instagram.

On January 12th, Banks posted a (now deleted) story on Instagram where she dug up her dead cat named Lucifer (of course) and boiled it in her kitchen to “bring her back to life”.

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Mother of Sexually Abused Boy Bander Breaks Her Silence, Implicates Disney, CAA, Hollywood Records, LAPD, DA & Industry Elite in Pedophile Ring & Cover-up

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Hollywood only wants certain stories to be told. The stories where underage kids are plied with alcohol at the homes of glittery celebrities, like Chris Pratt and Anna Faris, and then sexually abused by adults in the industry aren’t stories anyone in tinsel town wants you to hear. Stories about how Disney knowingly allows their underage stars to be surrounded by pedophiles, and that their executives know about, witness, and even partake in child sex abuse aren’t stories they ever want the world to hear.

Tammy Garcia has a story Hollywood doesn’t want you to hear.

It’s the story of a mother, groomed and seduced by powerful dream-makers, whose bright, young, talented son became a Disney Channel star with a Hollywood Records contract, while at the same time he was being regularly sexually abused, and trafficked to industry elites, including managers, agents, executives and others employed by the biggest companies and studios in the industry.

“There are pedophile rings all throughout Hollywood. We stumbled into one of those rings,” Tammy revealed to me, the devastation and pain in her voice palpable.

That her own son became the victim of a well-insulated, Hollywood pedophiles is a gut-wrenching and heartbreaking reality it’s taken Tammy Garcia more than a year to accept. As a mother, it’s been a humbling, tragic, regret-filled nightmare. A cautionary tale, teeming with villains, and a few truly brave heroes, all culminating in a mother and son’s determination to fully expose and once and for all end the scourge of Hollywood: systemic, institutionalized, pedophilia.

One of the first steps in accomplishing this came on September 11, 2019 when Tammy’s son Ricky Garcia, 20, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court in which he named his ex-manager Joby Harte, 37, Joby’s Hot Rocks Media business partners Paul Cohen and Sheri Anderson Thomas, talent agency APA, former APA agent Tyler Grasham, and manager Nils Larsen, currently employed by Management 360.

The suit alleges that from the age of 12 years old Ricky was groomed, sexually abused and raped on a weekly basis, and that Joby Harte passed him around as a “sexual plaything” to other powerful pedophiles throughout the business.

The day the suit was filed articles appeared in People, Deadline, The Hollywood Reporter, and TMZ, among others. However, despite the serious nature of the charges and the many and far-reaching implications of the case, not a single outlet pursued the story further.

“The one thing that can fix this is talking about it, but Hollywood doesn’t want to talk about pedophilia,” Tammy says, a reality she quickly figured out the day after the story of Ricky’s lawsuit broke, when everything went radio silent. And, of course it did. This story has the power to bring down giants. The problem is, it’s the same giants who also own the media.

That’s when Tammy Garcia reached out to me instead. Over the course of nearly two months of phone conversations as well as an in-person, sit-down interview, Tammy took me through a stunning timeline of events as well as provided me with emails, written witness testimonies and documents compiled for the civil lawsuit, all of which detail the years of torture and abuse her son suffered, the names of those who partook, those who knew, and those who covered it up. The following is entirely drawn from these documents, emails, interviews and witness testimonies.

It all began when Tammy and Ricky attended a talent expo in Dallas, Texas, at which Ricky was scouted by over a dozen Hollywood managers, and subsequently signed with Joby Harte. At Joby’s urging, Ricky and Tammy moved to L.A., arriving in Hollywood in August of 2011 with a dream, the talent to achieve it, and $20,000 of bank-borrowed money.

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PART 2: Joanna Kelly, mother of Emery Kelly, of former Disney boy band Forever In Your Mind, joins me today along with Ricky Garcia’s mom Tammy Garcia. Both mothers provide further testimony on the details and events of the abuse Ricky Garcia suffered at the hand of Joby Harte, among others, as well as those who knew, and those who covered it up. On behalf of all the child victims of every sex crime that has been and is currently being perpetrated in Hollywood, I want to publicly thank these two women for their courage and bravery in sharing with the world their tragic experience.

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Study: Enjoyment of Pop Music Classics linked to Combination of Uncertainty and Surprise

Plants can help spruce up a home or office space, but claims about their ability to improve the air quality are vastly overstated, according to research out of Drexel University. A closer look at decades of research suggesting that potted plants can improve the air in homes and offices reveals that natural ventilation far outpaces plants when it comes to cleaning the air.

“This has been a common misconception for some time. Plants are great, but they don’t actually clean indoor air quickly enough to have an effect on the air quality of your home or office environment,” said Michael Waring, PhD, an associate professor of architectural and environmental engineering in Drexel’s College of Engineering.

Waring and one of his doctoral students, Bryan Cummings, reviewed a dozen studies, spanning 30 years of research, to draw their conclusions and recently published findings in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology . The central finding is that the natural or ventilation air exchange rates in indoor environments, like homes and offices, dilutes concentrations of volatile organic compounds — the air pollution that plants are allegedly cleaning — much faster than plants can extract them from the air.

The high-profile experiment that seemed to create the myth of houseplants as air purifiers happened in 1989 when NASA, in search of ways to clean the air on space stations, declared that plants could be used to remove cancer-causing chemicals from the air.

But the problem with this experiment, and others like it, is that they were conducted in a sealed chamber in a lab — a contained environment that has little in common with a house or office — and the data from these studies was not interpreted further to reflect what the findings would be if the plant were in a real indoor environment with natural or ventilation air exchange.

“Typical for these studies,” the researchers write, “a potted plant was placed in a sealed chamber (often with a volume of a cubic meter or smaller), into which a single VOC was injected, and its decay was tracked over the course of many hours or days.”

Waring and Cummings’s review takes the data from volumes of potted plant research one step farther, by using it to calculate a measure called the “clean air delivery rate,” or “CADR.” They were able to make this calculation for nearly all of the studies and what they found in every case was that the rate at which plants dissipated VOCs in a chamber was orders of magnitude slower than the standard rate of air exchange in a building — thus proving the plants’ overall effect on indoor air quality to be irrelevant.

“The CADR is the standard metric used for scientific study of the impacts of air purifiers on indoor environments, but many of the researchers conducting these studies were not looking at them from an environmental engineering perspective and did not understand how building air exchange rates interplay with the plants to affect indoor air quality,” Waring said.

Many of these studies did show a reduction in the concentration of volatile organic compounds over time, which is likely why people have seized on them to extol the air purifying virtues of plants. But according to Waring and Cummings’s calculations, it would take between 10 and 1,000 plants per square meter of floor space to compete with the air cleaning capacity of a building’s air handling system or even just a couple open windows in a house.

“This is certainly an example of how scientific findings can be misleading or misinterpreted over time,” Waring said. “But it’s also a great example of how scientific research should continually reexamine and question findings to get closer to the ground truth of understanding what’s actually happening around us.”

Source: ScienceDaily