Conspiracy theorists think Doja Cat was part of an Illuminati 'ceremony' because of her birthday party
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Doja Cat fans, who were initially concerned with the singer's drastic change in appearance after going bald, now think she is part of the Illuminati after attending a suspicious-looking Birthday party.
The star turned 27 last October, and a photo of her Illuminati-themed Birthday cake has raised a lot of questions amongst the conspiracy community.
Watch below as theorists can't believe how 'they gave up on trying to hide it':
A host of famous names showed up in their themed costumes, from Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber, to Shawn Mendes and Tyga.
The party itself was called 'Eyes Wide Shut' which is named after the 1999 mystery drama movie, which documents an 'elite society' similar to that of the Illuminati, according to some.
Filmmaker Stanley Kubrick died only six days after showing his final cut to Warner Bros, sparking countless conspiracy theories.
Some people believe that the rituals shown in the movie were too accurate to those supposedly seen in real life.
One TikToker (@iamtheteapot) also believes that Doja is part of the 'purple eye club' after she was pictured with a 'purple eye' only days after the party.
A number of other celebrities, such as Kanye West and Richard Branson have been pictured with a 'purple eye', which suggests, in the mind of the TikToker, that there is a secret elite society.
However, even if all this was to be true, people can't get their head round how Doja made the whole thing so public.
Taking to TikTok, one viewer commented: "They not even trying to hide it no more."
"Soon as her hair was cut off, I knew she was gone," another added.
A third thought: "I love how they show it openly & pple still think it's satire. It reminds me of lucifer series he kept telling pple he is the devil yet the pple."
The TikToker went on to point out that she could soon be 'part of the 27 club', which is a list consisting of popular musicians and actors who died before or at the age of 27.
The cultural phenomenon has been observed for decades, with many theorists believing that an unwillingness to 'follow the social protocol' resulted in the demise of many famous musicians - including Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse.
Of course, all of this is just a conspiracy, and not everyone is on board with the theory.
One person commented: "I think she’s of the internet and is aware of the conspiracy theories and loves to play into it to get people talking."
Another added: "As someone who has been a Doja Cat fan for years now this is her sense of humor and how she jokes."
Whatever side of the fence you sit on, it would be pretty crazy if either theory were true.
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