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A religious group is claiming that Rihanna is promoting homosexuality for the Illuminati

Meka Beresford February 2, 2018
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A collective of religious organisations is attempting to stop Rihanna’s upcoming visit to Senegal because they believe she is promoting homosexuality for the Illuminati.

The 30 organisations, who are known as a group under the name No To Freemasonry and Homosexuality, have said that RiRi’s visit to the West African country must be prevented because of her ties to Freemasonry and her celebration of LGBTQ equality.

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A spokesperson for the group, Cheikh Omar Diagne, told Jeune Africa that the musician should not have to hide her true identity as part of the conspiracy theory group.

“Rihanna doesn’t hide it: she’s part of the Illuminati, a branch of Freemasons,” Diagne said.

The group, which is primarily Islamic, stated that on her trip she would be promoting homosexuality for the Freemasons, both of which they fundamentally disagree with, and so she not be given entry to the country.

Rihanna visit to the country is within her role as an ambassador for the Global Partnership for Education conference.

The conference, which is hosted by the French president Emmanuel Macron and Senegal President Macky Sall, will “mark the moment that momentum shifts globally on education and education financing,” said GPE President Julia Gillard.

However, No To Freemasonry and Homosexuality claim that the conference is actually a coverup for a Freemasonry meeting.

The Global Partnership for Education is trying to raise funds for the education of the poorest, most vulnerable children in 65 countries.

It hopes to reach $2bn a year by 2020 and replicate the successes achieved in global health.

Gillard added: “Over the last few years, there’s been growing global interest in education, particularly girls’ education, but financing hasn’t as yet followed. We need a step change.”

The interior minister, Aly Ngouille Ndiaye, told Jeune Afrique he would ensure the safety of all conference attendees.

Rihanna has become somewhat of an LGBT icon, and it could probably be said that she’s promoting homosexual equality, although we’re not sure if it’s on behalf of the Illuminati.

The superstar has been helping a gay man come out.

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The man, whose identity remains anonymous, shared a direct message he shared with the star in which he told her about his struggles.

To his surprise, she replied, telling him: “It’s okay to be scared, but it’s more important to be who you are!”

After the man began to tell his friends he was gay, he shared their reaction with the singer and their conversation continued, with Rihanna sending a series of heartfelt replies.

Her latest message reads: “I’m so proud of you! I’m glad to see you finally happy with yourself!!

“Being who you are is the only way.”

Related topics: Africa, Homosexuality, LGBT, Rihanna, senegal, Senegal

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