Prince Warned Of 9/11 Attacks In 1998 And Predicted His Own Death

Prince Warned Of 9/11 Attacks In 1998 And Predicted His Own Death

The 57-year-old was found dead in a lift at his Paisley Park studios yesterday days after he suffered a medical emergency on board his personal jet.

Conspiracy theorists were quick to raise question over the Purple Rain singer’s death just hours after the shock news filtered through.

Speculation is rife among the online alternative news community claiming the Minnesota-born legend – born Prince Rogers Nelson – was an advocate for conspiracy theory culture.

Prince is claimed to have predicted the September 11 terrorist attacks THREE years before the tragedy, spoken out about chemtrails and may have warned fans of his impending death.

An eerie 1998 gig recording online suggests the star chillingly predicted the atrocities in New York and Washington in 2001.

Al-Qaida and its demonic leader Osama bin Laden claimed responsibility for the worst attack on US soil in history.

The clip, which is said to have been recorded at the his show in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on December 23, 1998, includes a spine-tingling extract.

He sings: “I got to go back to America. I got to get ready for the bomb.

“Osama bin Laden, get ready to bomb.

“America you’d better watch out.

“2001 hit me.”

In an interview with American chat show host Tavis Smiley, Prince openly talked about the chemtrails conspiracy.

Truth seekers have long claimed governments are secretly spraying chemicals onto the general public by high-flying aircraft as a form of warfare or human population control.

Prince discussed the phenomenon on the show and claimed he used to see “trails in the sky” all the time, citing Dick Gregory’s theory.


By Rory McKeown, DAILYSTAR


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