We at Common Sense Conspiracy can’t believe the news. Prince is dead. We could gush for an hour about his greatness and what the world has lost on this day, but we still have a job to do here. Countless celebrities have died, and there is always serious interest in conspiracy circles about whether they may or may not have been murdered by the Illuminati, among other things. We quite often dispel those theories as silly and absurd. But if ever there was a time for such a theory, today is that time.
Prince was the living embodiment of someone that rose to fame in the clutches of the Illuminati-controlled music business, only to turn his back on it later and strike off on a bold new direction. It was a rocky road a times. Prince as one of the first music artists to embrace the Internet and to realize that he could skip the middle-man and sell albums on his own accord. This made him much less of a commercial success, but a very wealthy man. Not having to share profits and take absurdly small percentages for his intellectual property opened him up to a whole new world of possibilities, ones that he continued to explore right up until today.