Saturday, November 17, 2018

Blind Item #2

Lost in the tribute to this foreign born A+ list DJ is that a woman who was with him the night he confronted the man with the child bride is that she was killed in a hotel room six weeks ago.

24 comments:

BitterBlondin said...

Is this Avicii again?

Goddess said...

Yes

John the peon said...

Aaaannnddd heeerrre weeeee gooooo aaagainnn. ( but honestly I am not that skeptical really, human beings are shit)

Guesser said...

The reaction to Avicci's death is strange all around. Even if you can rationalize his or any other recent suicides,his situation stands out. We have no conformation of his manner of death,he died in a country known to be involved in child sex trafficking, he was a very well knows advocate against this. In light of the recent murder of the Saudi journalist, is it much of a stretch to believe this? Please watch the video he directed, "For a Better Day". But he warned,it is very graphic.

Guesser said...

Be,not he.

Sal Salington said...

Yeah, this is the plausible one out of all the distractions.

Ketz9l Coatl said...

+Avici

The Bastard of Bourbons said...

I didn't know that, kudos to him. But ya, he was against the Elite's life blood (literally, where do you think they get all that "young blood" to be transfused, it isn't teens like they say but young children) and their bread and butter. If you see drug and gun running, there's a better than 90% human trafficking is in the mix. I mean honestly, how do you think the CIA gets their black budget funds to knock over 3rd world shitholes? Definitely not congressional appropriations.

The Bastard of Bourbons said...

But ya, if he was*

plot said...

Okay who is this woman?

A suicidal drug abuser is usually going to die by suicide by drugs.

Prince Salman seems to have bigger fish to fry than a wasted DJ. 'Course, a wasted DJ would be so easy to knock off.

hunter said...

@plot - you took Guesser too literally, he was not implying Prince Salman but the middle eastern way of managing issues.

Yes this is Avicii and omg Jesus. Thanks for the video suggestion, I will check it out.

hunter said...

OOf. Wow, great video. Slightly graphic violence but no graphic kiddie diddling.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xq-knHXSKYY

Guesser said...

@plot,Avicii was bleed out,supposedly by cutting himself with a broken bottle. Celebrities, whether we like it or not,influence public opinion and knowledge. Avicii was an internationally known celebrity,and he worked with other musicians who are even better known. Why do you think these lowlifes continue to court celebrities? And why are some eager to accept?

plot said...

Sure, celebrities have some influence, not very much, but some.

Avicii wasn't a major mover and shaker. He was a young guy with massive alcohol issues that precluded him doing much other than music, even then he had to cut back severely at the ripe old age of 24.

Why kill him? Let time take it's course and Avicii would take care of the matter himself.

RowdyRodimus said...

I have a computer and the ability to rip songs to it, can I make up a stupid name and be an A list DJ?

Truthseeker said...

I need a great blind about the OTHER evil widow.. Come ON Enty, i believe you talked about it, give the blind out on Elizabeth Jane before she is arrested as she should be. MUCH more evidence against her crazy butt than the other evil widow at least. I mean a Say CHeese honey pic the morning after his death of the POND he supposedly drowned in. SMDH

Aquagirl said...

@Plot, Avicii was definitely a mover and shaker. And yes, celebrities have a huge influence. That’s why it’s always adviced in journalism to NOT give the details of deaths by suicide, because there could be many copy cats.

plot said...

Yes, that sounds like the level of influence that celebrities have - clothing, hair, dope accents and suicide choices (I'm noticing a rise in ugly facial tattoos lately.) As far as creating concern for political or ethical causes, not so much. It's a tricky business for celebrities. Sometimes they can manage it, but mostly they look like crisis addicts (ahem, Jolie) if they spread that concern too far and too wide and do so too publicly.

I can't think of a single celebrities work with any important issue being revolutionary enough to warrant a killing. Maybe Clooney's satellites around Sudan, which monitors the military, genocide and smuggling there, is dangerous to himself (he sure pissed off the banks with that one.) But I can't think of many celebs, in this superficial world of entertainment foisted upon us, that would be any sort of danger to anyone in power, least of all an extremely alcoholic DJ whose organs had been failing for years.

plot said...

Shit "celebrity's work"

Guesser said...

@plot,I can think of several celebrities that made a difference, from Sean Penn duped into El Chapo's capture,to AIDs awareness,and of course for bad behavior as well. No one said Avicii had a hit out on him. This could just angering the wrong person. And what is with the personal attacks on Avicii? Someone with that degree of alcoholism is a very ill person, he never had a chance to recover. We see people famous and not famous to through the same thing,sometimes longer than he was alive,and are exalted for their recovery.
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Guesser said...

"Go through" ugh

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Brayson87 said...

There is all kinds of shadiness surrounding Avicii's death. Would love to know how often broken wine bottles are used in suicides. Probably much less than they're used in intimidation/torture or murder.

LooksLikeCRicci said...

The only wine bottle suicide I'm aware of was the buddy of Tom Cruise's in Cocktail. And even that was a stretch...

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