Magix Enga says he achieved success in music after joining illuminati

Magix Enga says he achieved success in music after joining illuminati

Magix Enga. PHOTO | COURTESY

  • Despite claims of the society being fictitious, the producer has advised people to stop joking about it claiming it is indeed a real and fully existent organization.
  • According to Enga, his encounter with the organization first happened when he was 24 years old.
  • He claimed he was approached by a white woman in Nairobi who claimed to be a representative of the illuminati.

Kenyan music producer Magix Enga has now linked his success in the industry to joining the heavily controversial secret society dubbed illuminati.

Despite claims of the society being fictitious, the producer has advised people to stop joking about it claiming it is indeed a real and fully existent organization.

“Hiyo kitu ni real..people should stop joking about it,” Enga told YouTuber Presenter Ali in an interview.

According to Enga, his encounter with the organization first happened when he was 24 years old after he was approached by a white woman in Nairobi who claimed to be a representative.

“Mimi ilinifanyikia nikiwa twenty four years, kuna dame alikam mzungu tukahave a meeting, tukaongea, akaniuliza maisha inanipelekaje maanake I’m a dope producer and I can sing, akaniambia naeza kulink na big musicians wenye wamepitia through me na wamekuwa successful,” claimed Enga.

The producer said the woman allegedly linked him to American producer DJ Khaled, with whom they talked on phone and agreed to work on a project together, sparking the 2019 rumors of a collaboration between the two.

“The first musician mwenye alinilink na yeye hapo kwa simu ilikuwa DJ Khaled, alimpigia na tukaongea…akaniambia mambo inaeza kuwa sawa kwako in the next one or two months if you want,” Enga said.

The ‘Dundaing’ producer said the society enabled him to purchase three cars, and his music production business also started doing well afterwards.

“Dunia tunaishi saa hii vitu zimechange…don’t joke with something like illuminati…so nikanunua gari yangu ya kwanza, ya pili, na ya tatu…ilifika level ambayo pesa ikawa freshi kabisa nikaanza kujipata napiga sherehe sana, studio pia inafanya vizuri,” he said.

Enga said things started becoming too much for him and he found himself falling back to his previous prayerful self.

However, he claimed he got an accident shortly thereafter, which he linked to the fact that he started praying again.

“Nikaanza kuomba na nikatapa accident pale Thika road, and from that day since kupata accident vitu hazijakuwa poa. Nikizidi kuomba kitu moja inaenda, ingine inaenda ivo ivo,” he said.

Enga went on to reveal that he however did not have to sacrifice anyone to join the secret organization, but gave his own blood instead.

“I did whatever I did lakini hakuna sacrifice ya mtu yeyote…ni damu tu, unadungwa kisu na unatolewa damu,” he said.

The producer also said that he knows of many Kenyan musicians who have been involved with the organization in the path to find success.

“Watu wengi hapa Kenya wamefanya vile nilifanya,” he stated.

In June 2021, the producer caused a stir online after posting a suicidal message on his Instagram page where he said “I’m gonna die tonight.” However, he later attributed the post to being drunk.

“Heeey, I’m not dead. I appreciate having such caring fans and family. I just can’t give up now. I was drunk zikanisho ni weke post ya umbwakni. Pombe sio supu mimi nimewacha,” read his then follow-up statement.

The producer now says he is currently fighting to regain his life and advises young people to be patient in the road towards finding success.

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