The Super Bowl is a little more than a week away, and fans online are already speculating about what will happen during the big game. One former NFL player shared some particularly interesting theories the other day that are bound to get people riled up.
Ex-Chiefs running back Larry Johnson took to Twitter to claim that the NFL rigged the Super Bowl for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers because TB12 is a member of the Illuminati.
That’s a pretty bold claim for someone who literally only played in one playoff game during their entire career. Maybe he’s just jealous?
Did the NFL rig the Super Bowl?
It’s no secret that the NFL has made rule changes to help stars like Tom Brady put up record-breaking numbers. But that’s a far leap away from Tom Brady being a member of an occult backed by power brokers who control the NFL like Johnson claims. That didn’t stop him from doubling down.
The proof here seems pretty flimsy. Brady and Gronkowski played with each other for years in New England. Antonio Brown was also in the mix for a short period of time. It’s not that strange that they ended up in Tampa Bay. The franchise that was willing to fork over the cash for three veterans and a new coach. Many of these recent additions have been part of Super Bowl winning teams.
Does Johnson really think that that group is part of some mysterious shadow group? Does he really think someone as dumb as Rob Gronkowski would be able to keep that sort of thing a secret?
Yep, guess so. Johnson went even further down the conspiracy theory rabbit hole. He claimed that all kinds of NFL athletes were selling their souls for gridiron glory. They also might be sacrificing animals to the gods along the way.
Well if that’s the case, maybe Johnson should have gotten in on the action? His stat line during his short NFL career probably could have used a little boost from the Illuminati.
Johnson has sparked controversy online before. He’s gone on multiple rants accusing LeBron James of committing a blood sacrifice, sharing bizarre conspiracy theories claiming the NFL and NBA have an “effeminate agenda” that’s being pushed by the Illuminati, and saying the late great Kobe Bryant was a member of a satanic cult. Okay dude. Chill.
His latest conspiracy theory seems like an attention grab, but we’ll have to wait and see how things shake out between the Bucs and Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. If Kansas City wins, it will definitely prove Johnson’s theory wrong. There’s no way the illuminati would operate in Kansas City.
Kansas City is way too boring for something as crazy as that.