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Hip Hop connoisseur Prodigy from Mobb Deep, during his incarceration at Midstate Correctional Facility, he received his first moment of clarity and expressed it in a 5-page handwritten open letter beginning by saying:
"The exact moment in time when I discovered that the entire planet was being lied to and was put under a spell to keep us unaware of it, was back in 1996 around the time Biggie got locked up for the tech-9 in his house."
This was the moment certain Hip Hop enthusiasts took notice of an alleged international secret society called the "Illuminati". According to Complex Magazine, Prodigy started the interest in the theory which was patterned after the Bavarian secret society founded in 1776.
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We hold Prodigy from Mobb Deep in high esteem because he was the noted first within the Hip Hop Culture to expose the misguided influence of the influencers within our Culture. Hip Hop began as an expression of experiences within the inner cities.
Once the governing powers in America realised the influence of Hip Hop on American Culture and the world's adaptation of that music genre, culture and freedom of expression, the so called Illuminati infiltrated the Hip Hop Culture at the highest degree and implemented a strategy to control the populace.
Prodigy rapped about a secret society in his collaboration with LL Cool J in the song "I shot Ya" (remix), from the 1995 album Mr. Smith. From prison in 2007, not long before the release of H.N.I.C. Part 2, Prodigy wrote and published an "Open Letter" to Jay-Z in which he made some cryptic allegations alluding to the theory.
In 2008, Prodigy titled a song "Illuminati", from H.N.I.C. Part 2. In his final solo album released during his life, "The Hegelian Dialectic" (2017), Prodigy also referred to the theory. I was also reported that Prodigy was working on a musical about his Illuminati Theory at the time of his death.