Is ‘Controversial’ Sexyy Red The Newest Illuminati Member? Check Out Her Cryptic Message

BY Dora Abena Dzaka December 5, 2023 12:38 PM EDT
Photo Credit: ATLANTA, GEORGIA - JUNE 17: Rapper Sexyy Red performs onstage during 2023 HOT 107.9's Birthday Bash at State Farm Arena on June 17, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

Janae Nierah Wherry, known professionally as Sexyy Red, has already drawn up a lot of controversy, with the most recent being her getting ridiculous about an Illuminati rumor attached to her.

In the Hip-Hop world, many rappers have alluded to a potential connection with the Illuminati, an enigmatic group that is said to be an all-powerful secret society of people who, whether true or not, want to create a New World Order and control world affairs.

Ever since Prodigy rapped “Illuminati want my mind, soul, and body” on LL Cool J’s 1995 song, I Shot Ya (Remix),” talks of the secret society have become more popular within the Hip-Hop community and have sparked rumors and debates about the Illuminati and its involvement in rappers’ career advancement.

The Illuminati conspiracy theory has gained traction claims that rappers are forcing this agenda on their audiences through their lyrics, live performances, and unique styles are widespread.

Over the years, several rappers—including Rick Ross, Bhad Bhabie, Vic Mensa, and many more—have asserted—without providing any supporting evidence—that they are part of the Illuminati conspiracy theory.

Sexyy Red hopped on Instagram Live on Dec. 4 to claim she’s part of the Illuminati and sold her soul. While she’s joking, fans have been consistently accusing the rapper of selling her soul through posts on social media.

Sexyy Red shared on Instagram Live “They said that I sell my soul. Should I just tell them the truth? It’s time for me to just keep it a hundred with y’all. Yes, they got me into this s**t. I don’t know. I can’t get out of it. I’m getting too much money. I’m getting too much money. I don’t want to get out of it. That’s what y’all wanted to hear. Now I’m saying it. They talkin’ ’bout, Stop playin’… Yes, I’m with the Illuminati, y’all.”

Being a member of the Illuminati is said to bring abundant prosperity. Considering that, it will be fascinating to observe the extent of the Looking for the Hoes singer’s professional advancement in 2024. We can only assume that it will be even wilder considering how prosperous and widely recognized this year has been for her.