Did Chrissy Tiegan Just Admit She’s Withdrawing From Adrenochrome?
On Friday, Chrissy Teigan, wife of the better known musician John Legend, took to Twitter to address rumors that she is going through withdrawals caused by the drug Adrenochrome by retweeting a user asking her, “how those withdrawals going?”
If you do not know what Adrenochrome is, I recommend you read this in depth story on Adrenochrome as soon as you finish up to ensure proper context.
Possibly the most intriguing aspect of Tiegan’s recent acknowledgment of the claims is her connection to Marina Abramavić whose emails to John Podesta regarding her “spirit cooking party” were leaked in the Podesta-Clinton emails by Julian Assange’s outfit, Wikileaks.
The fact that Tiegan made the tweet is not enough to assign guilt to the Twitter celeb, but it certainly is enough to raise some eyebrows. This is just one of many controversial statements made by Tiegan and is revolving around an accusation that is anything but new to the Truther Movement.
It seems as if more and more celebrities are acknowledging various claims that were initially purported to be nothing more than right-wing conspiracy.
With everything that is taking place currently with the Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein cases, the increase in Child Trafficking arrests and celebs like Ricky Gervais coming forward talking about the Satanic orientation of Hollywood, one must ask themselves, “Is there more to this than the mainstream media and Hollywood would like for you to realize?”
We’ll leave it to the reader to draw their own conclusions here but we certainly find it worthy of mention and further research.
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