• Clodagh Meaney

Beyoncé is actually an Italian woman named Ann Marie Lastrassi, according to a Republican politician

Oh, and Ariana Grande is her long lost daughter.

When it comes to Celebrity conspiracy theories, we've pretty much heard it all.

Avril Lavigne died and was replaced by a doppleganger named Melissa, Tupac's living in Cuba, and Britney Spears is a clone.

But this week, Republican KW Miller, who is running for congress in Florida, has come up with the biggest reach of all.

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is actually an Italian woman named Ann Marie Lastrassi, and he's got evidence to prove it.

Taking to Twitter, the Congressional candidate warned that the mega star is "not even African American."

"Beyoncé is not even African American. She is faking this for exposure," he began.

"Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi. She is Italian. This is all part of the Soros Deep State agenda for the Black Lives Matter movement."


In subsequent Tweets, Miller slammed her track Formation as a secret message to globalists, calling it "Satanist" and referenced the line "I got hot sauce in my bag, swag"

"You all do know that Beyoncé’s song Formation was a secret coded message to the globalists I certainly hope?," he said.

"The song clearly admitted that she was demonic and that she worshipped in the Satanist churches located in Alabama & Louisiana."

"She keeps Satanist symbols in her bag," he said.

The purpose for her false name, and the ultimate deceit, you wonder? It's all to do with a COVID-19 vaccination and Black Lives Matter.

Miller claimed that the singer was getting "ladies in formation" in preparation for the Black Lives Matter movement.

"In the Satanist Formation song Beyonce shouts out a 'Black Bill Gates in the making'. "

"Consequently, in 2020 we see Black Lives Matter terrorising the country at the same time as Bill Gates pushes a COVID vaccination. She was getting the ladies in formation 4 years ago. Why?"

KW Miller also claims he knows the real identity of "Becky With The Good Hair," a riddle that has mystified Beyoncé fans for years.

The illusive 'Becky' is referenced on Beyoncé's Lemonade track Sorry, a song about her husband Jay Z cheating, in which she dares her lover to call his mistress.

"Looking more into Beyoncé’s coded globalist messages. Who is “Becky With The Good Hair” who she encourages people to call while apologising?" he asked.

"Oh... a Soros operative? Interesting. All goes through London," he said, adding a screenshot of a Google search for Becky Hogge, a programme officer at Open Society.

Open Society are a foundation that "work with local communities in support of justice and human rights, freedom of expression, and access to public health and education." It is chaired by US Billionaire George Soros.

Where did he get this information to even come to such a conclusion, I hear you ask?

Well from fan-fiction story of course!

In the fictional tale, written by a fan, Beyoncé is approached by the Illuminati to enter their "Rising Star programme" and convinced to change her name from to Ann Marie Lastrassi to Beyoncé.

For years, Beyoncé has been hounded by conspiracy theories that herself and her husband, Jay Z are part of the Illuminati, a secret society with a 'globalist' agenda.

In the story, her parents, (real names Mathew and Tina Knowles), are called Gian-Giuseppe and Maria Marsilia Lastrassi.

Further in the tale, the Illuminati took away her daughter, Ariana Grande, who later entered the programme.

So there you have it. That's how a Republican politician took a Beyoncé fan fiction story, and tried to convince the world she's secretly Italian - not a sentence I thought I'd be writing today, or ever.

© 2020 by EMPWR

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