Drake has told fans and supporters the secret of his success: “Give my boy Lucifer what he wants.” In case anybody was wondering exactly what Lucifer wants, Drake spelled it out clearly: “Lucifer likes bloodsports. He is expensive. His preferred currency is blood.“
The rapper was hanging out on the sidelines for his home team, the Toronto Raptors, on Wednesday, when he was caught by cameras getting high on “lean“, a homemade narcotic drink that makes the user feel extremely drowsy and euphoric.
Drake panicked when he realized the big screen caught him mixing the codeine solution with Perrier in a styrofoam cup, but after druggy cocktail kicked in he relaxed and stumbling through the rest of the night, making disturbing facial expressions and messing up while guest interviewing Kyle Lowry.
Fans were surprised when Drake asked the Raptors player a series of bizarre questions, but when Drake refused to pass Kyle Lowry the mic, so that no-one else in the arena could hear his answers, they realized that something was seriously wrong with Drake that night.
From there, things only got stranger. During a backstage rant, druggy Drake turned the Satanic register up a notch, according to multiple witnesses, telling fans and supporters that “Lucifer will not be mocked” and attempting to get the small gathering to sing along with him.
After a lackluster response from his audience, Drake changed course and told his puzzled fans that Lucifer “will reward you if you make sacrifices. I sacrificed my long term friend for more life, and now look, more friends, more life!”
The rapper, who earned $92 million in the last year alone, placed his hand over his heart, according to reports, and covered the owl mascot on his bomber jacket. Drake has previously explained that this owl is from Hell and its job is to spy on the living.
“I killed my friend for more life, more years to my life. The Illuminati have ‘age clubs’ you can join. The Illuminati tells you how long until you meet your lord Lucifer. I was running out of time, so I sacrificed my best friend for more life,” Drake confided to shocked fans.
One fan insisted Drake was “joking“, saying “Drake has a dark sense of humor and he was having a laugh, cutting loose, but he’s a good guy.”
However Drake’s statements appear to confirm what many have long believed – that his 2017 mixtape More Life was a covert nod to the upcoming blood sacrifice that took place when his best friend, Fif, was gunned down in a Toronto apartment building lobby in September.
When you sell your soul in Hollywood, there are rituals, including blood sacrifices, that become part of your existence. There is no turning back. At this point, it seems Drake doesn’t care. He loves his lord Lucifer and all the riches he gave him.
Drake’s Satanic preaching is merely the latest public dalliance the rapper has had with the dark side. After starting his career as a child star acting in a sitcom, Drake reinvented his image as a dark lord, tattooing Illuminati symbolism all over his body, flashing Satanic hand gestures and promoting dark spiritualism as he rode to the top of the rap game.
Since establishing himself in the global consciousness as a Devil-worshipping entertainer, Drake has attempted to counter his dark image by focussing on his supposed sensitive side in a series of high-profile releases. However the disturbing incidents at Toronto’s Air Canada Center suggests he is far from a reformed character, and he has openly embraced the darkest force in our world.
The incident has also sparked fears around the world that the Illuminati have moved onto the next phase of the masterplan, and have begun using their slaves to openly promote dark spirituality as a viable religious choice for those seeking guidance.
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