After Sinead O’Connor’s open letter to Miley Cyrus in which she warned the twenty year old temptress of the evils of the exploitative music business, Annie Lennox, another former pop pioneer and industry insider, also plucked up the courage to speak out about the current state of the sexualised industry during an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live and in a number of viral Facebook posts, referring to it as “dark” and “pornographic” and calling for the introduction of adult pop video ratings.
Although the Little Bird singer did not specifically refer to Miley, it’s quite clear that her candid comments were aimed directly at her, as well as the likes of Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Ke$ha and the rest of the illuminati industry controlled Goddess figures serving to push an occult, sexualised agenda to an increasingly young and impressionable audience.
In a number of frank Facebook posts prior to her radio interview, Lennox told her 981 thousand online fans that she was “disturbed and dismayed by the recent spate of overtly sexualised performances and videos”, saying that “certain record companies are peddling highly styled pornography with musical accompaniment” which she believes feature the young stars “behaving live pimp and prostitute at the same time”, ultimately referring to it as a “glorified and monetized form of self harm” – which is exactly what is and the very reason so many of these stars end up in rehab.
In her subsequent interview with the BBC’s Anna Foster, she discussed the hot topic further, making sure to convey that she has nothing against these artists personally and that essentially, there’s nothing wrong with sexuality and sensuality but explaining that these stars have young fan bases and repeatedly exposing them to these sexually explicit performances simply isn’t appropriate.
The former Eurythmics star ideally wants to see some form of X rated restrictions being placed upon these lewd music videos in order to protect the children currently being exposed to them, yet when you appreciate the illuminati influence behind the music industry and understand that the increasing sexualisation of children actually represents a important part of their agenda, it’s unlikely such limitations will be introduced anytime soon.
In the meantime though, we should be thankful that distinguished ex-performers are now beginning to call widespread attention to the darker aspects of the illuminati controlled music industry.