(Natural News) Nipsey Hussle, a popular rap artist, was recently murdered in Los Angeles. While the mainstream narrative is that Hussle was a victim of gang violence, a number of fans and skeptics allege that something more sinister is going on. Hussle was leading a documentary on Dr. Sebi, an herbalist from Honduras who claimed to have found a cure for AIDS. Suspicions that Hussle was gunned down at the behest of the pharmaceutical industry are mounting, and now many are wondering: Was Dr. Sebi’s cure real?
Dr. Sebi was tried by the New York Supreme Court in the mid-1980s for making false claims about his ability to cure any disease. He reportedly went on to prove to the court that his natural cures worked, by producing over 70 healed patients who testified on his behalf. Dr. Sebi died in a Honduran prison in 2016, after being arrested for unknown reasons.
Dozens of holistic health practitioners have lost their lives in recent years. The mainstream media has consistently swept these shocking tragedies under the rug, but the questions surrounding the death of Nipsey Hussle aren’t going away so easily.
Was Nipsey Hussle killed, or was he silenced?
While the mainstream media is trying to push the narrative that Hussle’s death is related to gang violence, many of the rapper’s fans believe otherwise.
As XXL reports, Hussle’s fans knew about the documentary he was working on — and that he was treading dangerous waters. During an interview with Tariq Nasheed in March 2018, Hussle talked about the film on Dr. Sebi and recalled how his fans had been warning him to “be careful.”
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In the interview, Nasheed mentioned the “mysterious” circumstances of Dr. Sebi’s death. Hussle replied back with, “You know what I mean? And so you know how they play! And now niggas is tweeting me, ‘Hussle be careful man! Your plane gon’ go down!’ I said, ‘Niggas better ride for me!'”
Hussle and his fans weren’t worried about “gang violence” — they were worried about Big Government and Big Pharma acting to protect their own interests.
“Why do they kill all holistic doctors? You’re messing up the medical industry. You’re short-stopping his grind. They checking billions. You’re playing with some pharmaceutical money,” Hussle said later in the interview.
In the wake of Nipsey Hussle’s death, actor and musician Nick Cannon has pledged to continue working on the Dr. Sebi documentary.
“Now, Your message is my message! Your work is my work! I know you still rocking with us and your voice will never be silenced, because to be absent from the body is to be present with the Most High!,” Cannon wrote in a post he shared on Instagram, also noting that “they can’t kill us all.”
Dr. Sebi’s herbal cure
Dr. Sebi became famous for his natural medicine, claiming that his methods could remedy any disease or condition — including AIDS. In the mid-1980s, Dr. Sebi put out advertisements in a number of New York newspapers. His ads ultimately caught the eye of the state’s attorney general, and Dr. Sebi was charged for making “unsubstantiated claims.” Later, Dr. Sebi was also charged with practicing medicine without a license.
Both charges were eventually dropped. Over 70 patients appeared at the courthouse to testify that Dr. Sebi cured their condition, proving that his claims were indeed “substantiated.” Further investigation and testimony failed to prove that he had been practicing medicine without a license, as well.
According to Heavy, a strict vegan diet was a key part of Dr. Sebi’s healing method. All foods Sebi considered toxic were to be eliminated. These included alcohol, iodized salt, sugar, meat, poultry and seafood. He believed following a strict diet of fruit, vegetables, grains and nuts would restore the body and allow any ailments to heal. The diet is then combined with supplements.
Dr. Sebi died in 2016, after being arrested in Honduras for alleged money laundering. Skepticism around the circumstances of his death have remained high in the years since. Have Dr. Sebi and Nipsey Hussle suffered the same, tragic fate as so many other holistic health practitioners and advocates have before them? The world may never really know for sure.
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