Conspiracy theorists are claiming Beyoncé's latest concert is 'proof Illuminati exists'
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After Beyoncé's incredible performance in Dubai, some conspiracy theorists are claiming that she made references to the illuminati throughout the concert.
It was her first public performance since 2018, with a host of A-listers and influencers being invited to watch the sensational show at The Royal hotel in Dubai.
The former Destiny’s Child member played a medley of songs and even had her daughter Blue Ivy join her during a rendition of 'Brown Skin Girl'.
Whilst many were thrilled by Queen B’s return to the stage, not everyone has been so thrilled.
Social media TikTok has been flooded with conspiracy theorist arguing that the performance 'proved' the existence of the Illuminati.
One user even claimed the songstress was performing ‘rituals in our face’ in clips shared on the social media.
The concert was billed as a ‘weekend where your dreams become your destination’ and taking inspiration from the whimsigothic aesthetic of the 90s with sun imagery.
However, it did stop the user from alleging that the artist had been involved in a ritual as she helped with a costume change by a masked figure before raised on a podium.
The moment came during the final act, as Beyoncé sung her classic track 'Drunk in Love' as fireworks lit up the sky behind her.
Other bizarre claims have been made about the performance, with another user added a clip of the concert alongside a demonic looking video of the star as she sung during a previous event.
Even the set decoration and special effect weren’t excluded, with several TikToks claiming the sun was part of a ritual, stating that Beyoncé was trying to make herself like a ‘deity’ because she wore a similar shade of yellow in opening act.
One TikTok user said: “What in the hell is going on here? A ritual to the grand reveal spectacle? An eye portal for stage and Beyoncé dressed in yellow to represent a deity?”
Like many other musicians, the singer has had people claim she ‘worships’ the devil.
It came after one fan shared a reversed video of the concert and argued that the word ‘devil’ could be heard throughout.
While these claims are easy to laugh off, there has been more legitimate criticism of the beloved singer’s performance.
Many have had concerns about Beyoncé performing in the United Arab Emirates, which has incredibly strict laws targeting the LGBTQ+ community.
However, her father Matthew has hit back at these criticisms, telling TMZ her 'incredible performance' united 'a really diverse crowd'.