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Nicki Minaj’s “Only” or How Rappers Give Tribute to Their Elite Overlords



The lyric video of the song “Only” depicts Nicki Minaj as a dictator in a Nazi-like setting. Her acolytes Lil Wayne, Drake and Chris Brown represent various branches of the occult elite. Why would rappers want to glorify a regime that killed and oppressed millions – especially minorities? Because they are puppets of the elite – and the elite secretly loves oppressive dictatorships.








Llyric videos are usually simple videos that display the lyrics of a song. Leave it to Nicki Minaj and her crew to turn a lyric video into an upsetting nod to violent dictatorships and a tribute to their elite overlords. After “channeling” the convicted child molester Roman Polanski with her “alter-ego” Roman Zolanski, Nicki Minaj now plays the role of literally Hitler. While some might say that the video is  “a way to tell yall that Young Money runs the rap game”‘, it is not. The only reason Young Money is getting major exposure is because its “artists” are actively pushing the elite’s Agenda (see my numerous articles on Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne). It is also worth mentioning that the dictatorship emulated in that video sent millions of people to concentration camps and massacred most of them. And that only happened a few decades ago. Who would want to be associated with that? Nobody, except Illuminati pawns who are told what to do. The occult elite has always secretly approved of Nazi Germany’s ways (see how Operation Paperclip brought 1500 of Nazi workers to America). And, through the gradual denial of basic rights and freedoms combined with increased police state tactics, the elite is actively looking to steer America back into that direction. Nicki Minaj’s video is attempting to make that entire awfulness seem cool and sexy somehow.

Only is however not only World War II Germany. It is about today’s occult elite and its totalitarian tendencies. Each artist in the song portrays a “branch” of the elite – an “angle” from which they control the masses. Rap used to be about “fighting the power” – it is now about “serving the power”. For this reason, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown are portrayed as heads of an oppressive, dictatorial and militaristic regime – which is where the elite wants to lead us.


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