Four months ago, pop star Rihanna released a video for her song with Calvin Harris called “We Found Love.” The song, like almost everything Rihanna gets involved in, shot up the charts and became a hit overnight. As a matter of facts, it is still near the top of the charts even now, four months later. The video is a psychedelic portrayal of two people who are obviously in love, but their affair turns into a pattern of drug abuse, domestic abuse, and rampant sex that culminates in Rihanna leaving her partner behind. The main lyric in the chorus of the song is “We found love in a hopeless place.”
Rihanna has long been targeted as a possible Illuminati-controlled figure. This is partly because of her unbelievably quick rise on the music scene. She is only 24 years old, and has already enjoyed success on the level of some of history’s greatest musical artists. Many people feel that the strength of her talents alone is simply not enough to have this tremendous rise in popularity, which then led to claims of Illuminati involvement. For what it’s worth, Rihanna has denied this repeatedly, but nonetheless, her videos and live performances continue to be right out of the all-too-familiar Illuminati playbook. So, what’s the connection with Whitney Houston?
For starters, the plot of the video can easily be related to the stormy relationship Whitney Houston weathered with Bobby Brown for over twenty years. Many people believe that Bobby Brown
introduced Whitney to the drug scene that would eventually be her undoing. The way the video’s story chronicles the relationship is markedly similar to the story of Whitney and Bobby. Remember, that this was released four months ago, making it three months before Whitney’s death. Now, at one point in video, Rihanna, obviously stoned on some sort of drug cocktail, descends into a bathtub full of water, falling under. It has been reported that Whitney Houston’s body was found in a bath tub, presumably dead due to a drug overdose. In the “We Found Love” video, there are shots of prescription pills falling down the screen, bouncing around, further driving home the reasons for the character’s descent into a drug-induced safe haven relationship. The bathtub scene is quite chilling, and it is easy to imagine Whitney Houston replacing Rihanna in the scene.
If that isn’t enough to get you wondering, also consider one last fact. In the weeks following Whitney Houston’s death, there was much chatter that Clive Davis was organizing a biopic of Whitney’s life to be presented as a major motion picture. Now, for whatever reason, Clive has halted production on the project for now, but guess who was penciled in to portray Houston in the biopic?
That’s right. You guessed it. Rihanna… Because of copyright restrictions, it is not possible for us to post the video here, but you can view it for free on YouTube. Check it out and stop back by and let us know what you think.