Rappers And Other Celebrities Are Waking Up | Moors On The Rise

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 via VladTV - Breaking Urban News

During his appearance on Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning on Wednesday, October 11, Waka Flocka dropped some science on race that a lot of people might not be ready for. The topic came up after the Atlanta rapper was asked to share his thoughts on current events in the nation. (Source)

One of the biggest secrets held by the powers that be in control of the US government is that the so-called African American, the descendant of enslaved Africans brought over on slave ships, is actually indigenous to the Americas.  In other words, African Americans are Aborigines originally from North, South, and Central America.  This makes sense because brown skinned, curly haired people are the aboriginals all over the planet including the islands that dot the Pacific Ocean.

The cat is officially out of the bag.  So-called African Americans are waking up and realizing that their grandparents were not crazy when explaining that they descended from indigenous Americans, or Indians.  "Black" people have been so brainwashed that most people just assumed their grandparents were talking about being mixed with "Indian" blood and they assumed that the Indian ancestors looked like the whitewashed version of what passes for Indian these days, in other words a five dollar Indian.
Hey guys I'm a $5 Indian!

Media Blackout on the Cultural Revolution | Moorish Renaissance

This article (and website) is brave enough to go where mainstream media will not.  We will explore the phenomenon within the so-called black or African American community in which a growing number of people are shedding the black and African American labels placed on them by society.  An increasing amount of people within this community is shunning conventional mainstream history which teaches that all "black" people came to America through the slave trade and reverting back to their own oral family histories of being native to the land, in other words black people are actually the true Native Americans, or the true Indians.

Waka Flocka Flame and several other black celebrities including Nick Cannon and Keke Palmer are also sharing this information and making this concept more widespread while mainstream media continues to ignore or make light of this cultural revolution.

Waka Flocka Flame Says He's Not Black He's Native American!

Rapper Waka Flocka Flame officially opened up a can of worms when he revealed this secret on the radio on Hot 97 with Ebro and again on Sway's Universe on Sirius XM satellite radio.  I don't know what he was on the shows to promote but Waka Flocka went all the way in.  You could from the interview that he's fed up with the lies about the heritage and legacy of so-called African Americans.  He also made sure that the listeners understood that he did not want to be identified as a color, or black, because he knows that it represents a title placed on us by people that did not have our best interest in mind.

Here's a video clip of the two interviews and also a transcript.

Via Hot97 @ 22:47 mark "I have no African descendant in my blood. I'm a Native American. Literally, I'm a Cherokee. I'm a Blackfoot. I'm a Redtail Indian. That's what's in my blood." "..A lot of people in America is indigenous people. You're not from Africa."

"Black don't crack, well indigenous don't crack, the natives don't crack.
I'm not African American at all. My folks is not from Africa. And a lot of people in this room's folks ain't from Africa. It might be a couple. People just don't understand.
My mother and my father we were 100% Indians."

"Black" Celebrities Are Waking Up to Their True Identity and Nationality!

Over the past few years more "black" celebrities, especially rappers have been speaking out on their Moorish American nationality.  These celebrities are waking up, just like their brothers and sisters who are realizing that not only are we Moors, but we are also the true "Native Americans" and the vast majority of our ancestors did not come to America via the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. (More on that here)

Legendary Bone Thugs rapper Bizzy Bone said as much in a video as well.

This post from rapper Black Youngsta's Instagram which received a reply from not one, but two rappers caught my attention.  Waka Flocka commented "We Moors lil bra" to which Kodak Black replied insinuating that he is on the same vibe as Waka Flocka.

blac youngsta waka flocka instagram we moors

Kodak Black, who has over 1.5 million followers on Twitter, has been letting people know via social media that he is a Hebrew Israelite.

The 20-year-old rapper, released from jail just weeks ago, is diving deeper into the Hebrew Israelite world and is now worshipping with a Fort Lauderdale congregation. (Source)

Rapper/actor Yasiin Bey, who is known as Mos Def, also said in an interview with Hot97 this year that he is Native American on both of his parents sides.  Note that Yasiin Bey identifies as a Moorish American as well.  Check out Yasiin Bey's comments at the 24:19 mark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjfXm0eqOek

"I'm definitely a Native, a true Native American--paternal and maternal side is Cherokee."

Nobody can say Mos Def is a coon.

Keke Palmer sent the internet into a frenzy when she made a Facebook and Instagram post stating that she is a Native American and that her ancestors did not come to America via slave ships.  
Here is her full rant:
I would like to say as I’ve continued and will continue my journey on knowledge of self that I have learned that while some are, not ALL blacks are “African American.” Let me explain, some blacks are native to the American land such as “Native Americans.”

We all know that all humans came from Africa at first and moved all everywhere else developing different appearances and cultures. Through research I’m learning that the idea that ALL BLACKS in America were slaves is simply not true.
Just as Angela Bassett says in Jumping the Broom, “My ancestors weren’t slaves, they owned slaves.”

I remember during TJVP my white teacher tried to tell me also that some blacks owned slaves. The idea had hurt me so that I immediately decided she was a racist and putting the blame on other blacks. As I’ve grown and gained more knowledge I realized how great of a “gag” it would be if someone could use a phrase and a skin tone to control a people’s psyche by creating emphasis on only one part of history.

If you assume simply because of the color of your skin that you should carry only ONE side of your cultural AMERICAN history that falls under the ideology of what it means to be an “African American,” I wonder how you would perceive your life and your possibilities. That would be like a Korean person taking on the history of a Japanese person simply because they have similar features. I’m reading .. I’m learning .. I’m questioning .. I’m processing.      (Source)

Kendrick Lamar also said don't refer to him as "black" anymore on his song, Yah.  Lamar is also a Hebrew Israelite.
Kendrick Lamar dropped his fourth studio album DAMN. back in April, and attentive fans may have caught a new reference in the rapper’s dense and allusive rhymes. On the album’s third track “YAH.,” the Compton rapper declares:
I’m an Israelite, don’t call me black no more.        (Source)

“There is a Sikh element. There’s a Moorish mentality to it. There’s a lot of things. It’s just about the idea of what a turban represents. It’s so unfortunate because today people are intimidated by it … but ultimately this was a sign of peace, this was a sign of security.”

Nick Cannon has been interviewed several times including recently on The Breakfast Club, The View, and the Ellen DeGeneres Show about his choice to wear a turban.  He's attributed this to a Moorish mentality without actually saying that he subscribes to one particular religion or school of thought, such as the Moorish Science Temple of America.


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