Movement of Bosses

I’ve been following along in this whirlwind of an aftermath of the murder of Migos member, Takeoff. It has been interesting, and from the outside, humorous at times listening to guys from both sides going back and forth. The disses, the threats, it’s crazy.

This morning I heard some new information, but I don’t know how old or new the information actually was; I heard that J Prince Jr. was a cooperating witness for the prosecution, and supposedly, the paperwork was official. 

In the beginning of this predicament, everybody was against the Prince family in general, and I understood why.

Let’s say I throw a party.  It’s an exclusive party meaning all the guests are invited and accounted for. Basically, it would probably be impossible for someone to walk in off the street and crash this party. So, because Takeoff was on the invite list and he was shot by someone else who was at the party, J Prince Jr. was held accountable because it was his party.

People were mad, real mad, and since November, people haven’t had too many nice things say about Junior and Senior. The reality of this situation was that it had the potential to turn into a war involving four cities.

But now that this information is coming out about J Prince Jr. possibly being a witness for the prosecution, people are calling him a rat snitch bitch.

This is the part I don’t get. The same people who blamed him for the murder are the same people who are calling him a rat. What would you like this man to do?  He didn’t pull the trigger. 

Yes, it was his party, and yes, it was his guest who did pull the trigger, but the murder wasn’t premeditated. In other words, J Prince Jr, didn’t set anyone up for failure. At this point, cooperating and helping the prosecution is probably the only thing he can do to help.

The murder itself was unfortunate and sad. Parents lost a son, siblings lost a brother, the hip hop world lost a special talent, and the fans lost a star, but the murder of Takeoff opened the door for haters and people who didn’t like the Prince family in general to get their shit off, and at this point, it’s obvious. From go, it was all eyes on J Prince Jr. What about the guy the who actually grabbed Takeoff and shot him? Doesn’t anyone care about him?

At the end of the day, Takeoff was murdered, and someone is responsible. Bringing closure to this situation and relief to his family is what matters. I’m not picking sides, I’m just trying to figure out what this personal obsession is with the Prince family.

I think we got our priorities mixed up. Instead of directing our focus on whoever killed one of America’s biggest stars, people seem to be using this unfortunate situation as an opportunity to vilify and destroy the Prince family.

What’s really going on here?

Mister V, Takeoff; Sacrifice?

For those who haven’t heard, Kirsnick Ball, aka Takeoff one of three members of the rap group Migos, was the Most Recent Victim in this eerie string of murders in the hip hop world over the years.

Obviously, I’m not in that world, but for those who are, the news of such a tragedy is going to hit harder sooner. But during the last several weeks I’ve been going through the YouTube videos, and I said to myself, “Damn, this is really sad and unfortunate.”

Takeoff was shot and killed at a bowling alley in Houston, Texas during the early morning hours of November 1st. He was just 28-years old.

Now, I’ve heard a lot of people say that Takeoff was sacrificed, and I understand this as I’ve expressed in my third book, Smorgasbord 3 Prophecy and Poverty, that the murder of JFK was a sacrifice. And not just a sacrifice, but a recreation of the murder of Jesus in front of Mary as he was shot and killed in front of his wife Jackie.

In response to the people who believed Takeoff’s death was a murder/sacrifice, others have said, “Bullshit, it was a dispute. An argument that began over a dice game escalated into the shooting and eventual murder.”

What’s true?

While dying on the cross, Jesus said, “Forgive them father, for they know not what they do.”

It’s obvious from watching the videos that an argument occurred and then Takeoff was shot and killed. That’s on the surface of the situation, and the quickest and most easiest way of wrapping it all up.


Halloween/Samhain, on 10/31, was celebrated as a time of endings. Samhain represented the end of the harvest, the old year, and then end of the Summer season. This is the time when the ancients believed the God departs, and the Goddess mourns but know he’ll be reborn (reincarnate) at the Yule.

This is why I don’t understand why people are so against the idea of reincarnation. At one time it was apart of our faith. Anyway, I digress, but..

I’m not saying the person who shot Takeoff was a believer in the Old Religion or Paganism, and I’m not suggesting that the person who shot takeoff decided to kill him in the name of Samhain.

Sometimes, things just happen. People, sometimes, do things without thinking in certain places and at certain times. I don’t think the person who shot Takeoff said to himself, I’m going to sacrifice Takeoff, but he did shoot and kill Takeoff at the proper time to coincide with the ritual sacrifice.

So, I redirect your attention to words of Jesus as he was dying on the cross, “Forgive them father, for they know not what they do.”

Now, the reason why a lot of people are saying it was a sacrifice was because of all the symbolism in the video for their song, “Messy.” In the beginning of the video, Takeoff and Quavo were sleeping in a car, and both woke up saying to one another, they had a bad dream.

The video begins, and it looks like Takeoff and Quavo are walking through a haunted house decorated with things you’d see on Halloween. Then, there’s a point in the video when Takeoff is standing next to a Grim Reaper who’s holding a sign that says RIP.

Again, “Forgive them father, for they know not what they do.”

That video, the murder of Takeoff, and this whole situation in its entirety, is revealing the energy and the secrets of the universe. I don’t believe Takeoff and Quavo made that video knowing one of them would actually be murdered a little after 2 AM on November 1st. The video and the song were unique, individually expressive, and ultimately, revealing of the creative spirit within. The spooky thing is that it turned out to be an unintentional foreshadow of things to come.

Life is a journey, and we’re supposed to work towards awakening and becoming consciously aware of who we are, were, and will be. Eventually, if we’re paying attention, life will show us, and that’s why they say the Devil is in the Details.

DEVIL in reverse is LIVED, and that’s not by chance. We all lived before, and I keep telling you guys this, your salvation is becoming consciously aware of who you are so you don’t keep making the same mistakes every time you incarnate.

If you want to blow your own mind, go back a look at old pictures of yourself, but don’t look at yourself. Look at what’s around you and in the background. Then think about what was going on in your life at that time.

What you will realize is that you’ve been stepping in sync. You’ve always been in the right places at the right times, and no matter what you do, you’re life is ending up and turning out the only way it was meant to.

This was truly sad, just as sad as the Pop Smoke murder.

Was the murder of Takeoff a sacrifice?

I don’t believe sacrifice was the intent of the man who pulled the trigger, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t. The bigger picture here is that this event like so many others was a Revelation, and that’s the time we’re living in-a time when all things will be made known to all people.

Do you how many people laugh when I say there’s a spiritual war going on? “Yeah right, we’re passed all that,” they say.

There is though. There is a war going on right now, and it is spiritual. I read in a book, written by a man who interviewed a member of one of the world’s most secret societies, that at the highest levels of global elite, they play for the souls of man. And they do it through controlling perception.

You can read what I pasted below in its entirety if you want, but the most important paragraphs are the two beginning with, “But the Bible claims…and the one after it beginning with, “God then publicly declares..

“The real enemy was never Rome, but the Spiritual powers that lie behind Rome and every other kingdom whose weapon is death.”

Be easy and enjoy the ride.