Convincing Celebrity Conspiracy Theories

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Zachary Buddie (12) showcasing the alleged replacement of Andrew W.K.

Zachary Buddie (12) showcasing the alleged replacement of Andrew W.K.

Zachary Buddie (12) showcasing the alleged replacement of Andrew W.K.

Allyssa Maloney, Staff Reporter

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Justin Bieber is a shape-shifting lizard
Hundreds of fans apparently caught Bieber transforming into a reptilian while waiting for him at an airport in Perth, Australia. There were multiple accounts of seeing the pop star with greenish-brown claws and covered in “turd colored scales.” Other accounts have stated that he transforms into a female lizard, over six-foot tall with slit-reptile eyes, scales, and curves.

Beyoncé faked her pregnancy
At the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, Beyoncé proudly revealed her baby bump to the public. However, some people do not even believe she was pregnant. Rumors began to circulate that she used a surrogate and was never actually pregnant herself. Much of the conspiracy theory was fueled by a fold in her baby bump when she sat down for an interview.

Andrew W.K. does not exist
Andrew Wilkes-Krier, known as Andrew W.K., is a rock artist that began in the early 2000’s. “Andrew W.K. does not actually exist,” according to senior Zachary Buddie, “he’s a character played by multiple actors and artists.” Another version of the theory is that he existed at some point in time, but was murdered and replaced.

Stevie Wonder is faking it
Stevie Wonder, famous for being a blind singer-songwriter and pianist, actually can see. He’s been faking it for the last six decades, as claimed by this theory. The evidence is quite convincing. He attends basketball games frequently, he caught a falling microphone stand, and he took a photo once because he’s interested in photography.

Illuminati
Basically, every single celebrity is in the Illuminati. The Illuminati’s website says it is an “elite organization of world leaders, business authorities, innovators, artists, and other influential members of this planet.” The proof is everywhere: songs, shows, advertisements, and even our money. The theory has been declared unfalsifiable, which means it could be real. Stay woke.

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