The Doppelgangers Among Us
The city of Atlanta has produced some of the most creative and dynamic groups in hip hop history. The list is endless: Outkast, Goodie M.O.B., Ludacris, T.I., Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane, Lil Jon, etc...etc. All of them are considered to be hip-hop royalty, especially in the ATL. Southern hip-hop in particular, reached new heights in the mid-1990's when everyone was caught up in the haze of the well-manufactured East Coast vs. West Coast beef. Outkast set the tone with the eternal classic "Southernplayalisticcadillacmuzik" album back in 1994. Then Goodie M.O.B. grabbed the baton and created the socially conscious and absolutely brilliant "Soul Food" album in 1995. Lil Jon, Ludacris, T.I., Jeezy, and Gucci Mane had helped put the South in a position of Hip-Hop dominance in the 2000's. The South still maintains its firm grip on the Hip-Hop regional crown to this day. One rapper who has risen through the ATL and has made a huge splash in the pop music game has been B.O.B. The Decatur, Georgia native put himself on the map with his collaboration with Bruno Mars on "Nothing on You" back in 2010. B.o.B also had another collabo/crossover hit with Hayley Williams on the song "Airplanes." in the same year. B.o.B solidified his position in the rap game with other hits such as "Strange Clouds" and "We Still In This Bitch."
However, what set B.o.B apart from his rap contemporaries was his comments about the Flat Earth theory. B.o.B initially made his comments on Twitter about how he firmly believes that the Earth is flat and how he can prove it. The Flat Earth craze has certainly had the internet buzzing for nearly a year or so, if not longer. I personally cannot confirm or deny if the Earth is flat. However, please believe that I will THOROUGHLY discuss this topic in a future article here on Knowledge Utopia. B.o.B.'s Flat Earth comments has certainly got everyone's mental gears turning. The MSM predictably laughed at his comments, and has trying to convince the general public that it's nothing but click bait and conspiracy theory. Nevertheless, most people are smart enough to know that B.o.B is clearly on to something in reference to the Flat Earth. What's even crazier is that B.o.B comments about HUMAN CLONING is what really got everybody shook.
Technically, human cloning shouldn't shock anyone because they've been doing it for decades. Remember when those geneticists cloned Dolly the sheep back in 1997? The technology they used to accomplish that feat was ANCIENT. Well, not Roman Empire ancient, but pretty rudimentary. One trick that the so-called PTBs love to do is provide us with hand-me-down technology, while they keep all the real cutting edge stuff to themselves, making it easier for them to subjugate us. The smartphone you got in your hand was probably designed in the early 1970s. Meanwhile, the folks who run everything behind the shadows are most likely using cell phones that can open dimensional portals. As far as the human cloning thing goes, the technology is definitely here. Hollywood has literally telegraphed it in movies like "The Island", "Jurassic Park" and "The Sixth Day." B.o.B is one of many celebrities who believe that human cloning is being used to replace highly influential individuals such as celebrities and politicians so that they can help the PTBs achieve diabolical agendas. After reading a few of his articles and watching some of his videos, it appears that B.o.B. is very knowledgeable when it comes to esoteric and metaphysical topics. You don't see too many celebrities revealing the inner most secrets of the entertainment/global elites. Hopefully, people will really take the time listen the nuggets of wisdom that B.o.B's dropping and use it to decipher the madness that we experience every day.