Bitch where were you when I was being reprogrammed by mysterious unknown forces? Now I run the game got the whole world talkin’. King Contact. The fact that I have to explain my headline reference means it’s probably shit, but I mainly post articles like this because when I was growing up insinuating that only toothless rednecks have supposed alien experiences was an amazingly common way to discredit the phenomenon. Kendrick Lamar is currently the most critically acclaimed musician in the world and joins other famous musicians like Al Jourgensen, Sammy Hagar, and Kesha in openly talking about their encounters.
Another way of saying that would be, people who are more successful than you in roughly the most competitive field imaginable are starting to come out and openly talk about this shit. (From mysterious universe):
“Nobody believed me then and [nobody] believes me now. I probably shouldn’t even be talking about it… [but] I’m going to stand my ground. It’s just something I can’t really describe, because it just sounds like, ‘OK, you just saw a dart go past.’ That shit don’t make sense … I remember this. Words just can’t describe – it was just a surreal moment.”
took place on The Howard Stern Show
. Kendrick revealed to co-host Robin Quivers that he saw a UFO as a 6-year-old in Compton (this is starting to sound like a movie plot) and, while it may not have haunted him, it has stuck with him in a “surreal” way. How surreal? He speculated that, although he doesn’t remember it, he may have been abducted and it influenced his career choice.
“That’s probably why I’m doing music right now. Who knows. They probably gave me the energy.”
This could be chalked up as another instance where guests say strange things just because they’re on the Howard Stern Show … except it’s not the first time Kendrick has talked about his close encounter. In late 2014, he told the same story to another radio host, JoJo Wright, but apparently no one believed him then either, so he was back two years later on a different show with the same story and plea to be believed.
Read the rest over at Mysterious Universe.
Also from the Howard Stern show, which is apparently still a thing.
Thad McKraken is a psychedelic writer, musician, visual artist, filmmaker, Occultist, and pug enthusiast based out of Seattle. He is the author of the books The Galactic Dialogue: Occult Initiations and Transmissions From Outside of Time, both of which can be picked up on Amazon super cheap.
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