Kenya's celebrated music producer Magix Enga has publicly confessed to be a member of the secret organisation the Illuminati. Enga was speaking to YouTube and TV content creator presenter Ali where he shared his story as a member of the organisation.
Enga told Ali that he joined the group at the age of 24 after a white woman approached him. The women went ahead to set up a phone call between him and American dj Khaled.
Enga said, "Mimi ilinifanyikia nikiwa twenty four years, kuna dame alikam mzungu tukahave a meeting, tukaongea, akaniuliza maisha inanipelekaje maanake I’m a dope producer and I can sing, akaniambia naeza kulink na big musicians wenye wamepitia through me na wamekuwa successful."
Asked if he provided human sacrifice, Enga said that he offered his own blood instead. He also told Kenyans to stop joking with the issue since it is real. "Dunia tunaishi saa hii vitu zimechange…don’t joke with something like illuminati," he said
Enga said that he lost everything and had a car accident when he started praying again. He produced the hit 'Dundaiing' by King Kaka and also foced YouTube to bring down a song by Rayvanny for copyright infringement.
"Nikaanza kuomba na nikatapa accident pale Thika road, and from that day since kupata accident vitu hazijakuwa poa." Enga said.
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