Tshego responds to a Tik Tok video in which he pleads for help to leave the Illuminati. Allegations that the hip-hop music industry is associated with the so-called devil-worshipping Illuminati society have tarnished the industry.
A slew of South African rappers has been implicated in these allegations, albeit it is unclear whether this is a myth or fact.
Social media detectives have long been on the lookout for clues linking artists to the Illuminati, with specific tattoos serving as evidence. Tshego took to Instagram to publish a Tik Tok video showing himself being implicated once more in the Illuminati society.
Tshego’s tattoos were utilised in the video to prove that he is a member of the so-called society organisation. With rumours that he is pleading for help to exit the Illuminati, his departure from Universal Music was also thrown into the fray.
“This is Tshego, he is crying for help or he is trying to show us something, Illuminati eye and there is the fire in the background and skeletons. I think he is trying to show us that he is going to hell, check this picture,” the voice from the Tik Tok video said.
“Tshego sold his life to this label and now he wants to leave but he can’t, I think he’s trying to show us something or crying for help. He sold his life to his label (Universal Music) and I’m getting suspicious that he is crying for help,” the voice added.
In response, Tshego went on and captioned the video and laughed it off that he is crying for help. “Definitely crying for help, check the picture,” he wrote. This is not the first time that the famed rapper has addressed the Illuminati claims.
In an interview on ESAM, the rapper said that he wanted to join the Illuminati with his friends but they couldn’t find it.
“I’ve been hearing about these things since and I’ve been trying to look for it. There is a point where me and my boys we were like n**gas if this sh*t exist let’s do it,” he said.