Alright, it's time to talk about Aaliyah Dana Haughton...
What about the music lable, producer, etc.?
Hands Up!  Panties Down!
(08-26-2021, 04:47 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote:

4:15 so Hype Williams took a plane that Aaliyah could have gone in instead...

And Damon sort of suggests that Hype's attitude was less than friendly about it after Aaliyah's death.

There seems to be something way deeper there than he's saying...

And it suggests that there was a group of people who didn't like Aaliyah.

Like I said earlier in the thread...

A lot of people (especially females) were extremely jealous of Aaliyah back in the day (who wouldn't be?)...

Suspicious stuff surrounding the whole thing, but it's just so vague.

There's apparently new info that says Aaliyah was 'drugged' before the flight that day.

I have just heard about it so I dunno, I will have to go look into it.
(08-26-2021, 07:43 PM)Dark Dick Wrote: What about the music lable, producer, etc.?

Seems like the obvious suspects, and I'll be honest...

I used to be suspicious of Damon himself. But after seeing that interview... nah.

Aaliyah's own uncle started a record label just to sign Aaliyah to it after a lot of labels turned her down...

Kinda rare to be able to do such a thing without running across any "Crossroads Agreement" moment...

Just saying.

And we know that when kids are made famous, it's usually their parents who made the crossroads agreement in their place.

Aaliyah was in the spotlight since she was a very small child, so for her, this was probably the case.
I am still extremely suspicious of R. Kelly.

And just look at his situation...

He's still in the media to this day for the shit he did to girls.


Why should we dismiss his possible involvement on some level?

I dunno.

Still gotta spend some time trying to piece it all together, but it WILL come out.
(08-26-2021, 07:47 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Aaliyah was in the spotlight since she was a very small child, so for her, this was probably the case.

Someone in her family made the agreement, or a handler made the agreement.

Could have been R. Kelly because that was when she really became famous.

I think R. Kelly was her fucking handler and he needs to be looked at hard.
Involvement with him since she was like 14?

Uh yeah, that's a child.

That's too young to even make the crossroads agreement by oneself.

R. Kelly.
Quote:Aaliyah plane crash photos revealed as it’s claimed she was carried on board unconscious after being given sleeping pill

Uhhh, what the FUCK??

How are we just now hearing about this??

So if someone wanted to take her out...

And that's what happened??

It sounds like it was someone who wanted to throw a little compassion into the mix.

It makes sense that she was drugged because I remember accounts of witnesses saying the state of her body looked like she was asleep...

Like no struggle took place, no rigidity, etc. kind of like how drunk people tend to fare better in accidents since they're sorta loose and not so tense.

Man oh man.
Quote:The 22-year-old, complaining she had a headache, then climbed back into the taxi van and laid down on the back seat for a quick nap.

So she had a quick nap, before they then gave her a fucking sedative that knocked her out so hard she had to be carried aboard unconscious?

Fuckin' really?
Quote:"They took her out of the van; she didn’t even know she was getting boarded on a plane," Russell recounts in the book. "She went on the airplane asleep."

Sweet Jesus, man... such a disgustingly obvious hit.

So typical that not a word of this fucking info was breathed before now.
Taken out of the VAN?????

Hell, in my opinion it's up for debate whether or not she was even alive at that time.

Cuz where's the proof she was?
So it was definitely a hit, and a loosh harvest...

And she may have been dead before they even put her body on the plane.

Whoever ordered the hit had some level of compassion.

Either it was an unfulfilled crossroads agreement, somebody dropped the ball...

Or she pissed some people off bad, for whatever reason, and they ordered a hit.
(08-25-2021, 01:11 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote:

I know this vid is just a joke and a meme (angry water lady, I dunno, I'd never even seen it before that video)...

But I can't help but think about how it could just be the universe trying to give us a sign.

It's a woman banging on the window, totally hateful toward the passenger (Aaliyah) and the footage of Aaliyah is from the first page interview where I said she seemed VERY troubled...

Was there a woman who had it out for Aaliyah?
From her birth chart...

Quote:Neptune 19°22' Sagittarius, in House X

. . . Sometimes, if in the natal chart the Moon receives hard aspects, this degree indicates that deceits and misfortunes are brought about by females.
I believe a powerful, jealous woman hated Aaliyah and R. Kelly could have been involved somehow.
As a woman, when you see Aaliyah, you're either secure enough to find inspiration in her, or you hate her and are jealous of her good looks and appeal.

Of course there are those who fall on the neutral side. But in general I believe Aaliyah was a very polarizing person when it came to other women.

You'd either love her, or hate her... and I think some powerful people hated her.
Having her drugged before the hit sounds more like the influence of an ex-lover to me though.

If jealous women were responsible, that wouldn't have even been considered.
Somebody didn't want her to be scared or suffer.
(08-26-2021, 08:23 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Of course there are those who fall on the neutral side. But in general I believe Aaliyah was a very polarizing person when it came to other women.

I mean, picture it...

You're out with your man, wherever...

And Aaliyah walks in the room.

There's no one on the planet who isn't gonna turn their head.

Not a single person.

So I can imagine how something could have gone down, somewhere along the line, and struck jealousy/hatred into the heart of some woman out there somewhere with too much power.

But then I think about the R. Kelly handler angle and I just feel like...

That's way, way too obvious to overlook.

Maybe he was scared as shit that Aaliyah was gonna sully his name, so he had her taken out, but then it all just came down on him anyway.

These are the two main angles I believe need to be explored.

Aaliyah's 1994 involvement with him is always the first mention.

I think that in 2001, Aaliyah's case against him was the most threatening by far, IF she spoke up.

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