Rap Star Wants To Raise $200K To Prove The Earth Is Flat

The rapper B.o.B has set up a GoFundMe page to try and prove that the Earth is flat. No, I’m not kidding.




Last week, he launched the GoFundMe page with a goal of raising $200,000 for research into proving that the Earth is flat. The rapper wants to purchase and launch satellites to help prove whether or not we live on a disk or a globe.

In January of 2016, he went on a long Twitter rant on the subject. He said:

“have u been to the edge ? or is that what your science book told you”

“You can regurgitate force fed information all day . . . still doesn’t change physics.” 

“A lot of people are turned off by the phrase ‘flat earth’ . . .  but there’s no way u can see all the evidence and not know . . . grow up.”

The tweets got the attention of astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, who tweeted:

His GoFundMe page has raised a whopping $220 so far.

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The flat Earth theory is just one of many fringe beliefs rapper B.o.B. holds. He is also a Holocaust denier and a Hitler apologist. His lyrics have advanced the right-wing theory that Jews control most of the government. He has also referenced the Illuminati in some of his lyrics.

After his Twitter rant in 2016, the Anti-Defamation League released a statement asking him to apologize for his anti-Semitic and Holocaust-denying lyrics. The statement read in part:

“While it is unclear whether these lyrics are meant to be taken seriously, it is nonetheless troubling that B.o.B seems to have given new life to the anti-Semitic conspiracy theory of Jewish control of the U.S. government while handing a free publicity gift to the notorious Holocaust denier, David Irving.  His lyrics are irresponsible and could potentially promote anti-Semitic beliefs, especially in those people who might already be infected by such notions.”

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“It appears as if this song has been recently removed from the Internet.  If so, that is a positive first step to acknowledging a mistake here, but it is not nearly enough.  We hope that B.o.B will find a way to communicate clearly to his fans that Holocaust denial is unacceptable and that he will apologize for invoking the age-old conspiracy theory about Jewish control of the government.”

This guy just needs to drop off the Earth, whatever shape he thinks it is.

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