UFO Buster Radio News – 409: Choppa Says Elon’s An Alien, Delonge’s Pie In The Sky, and NUFORC Slammed With Reports
Rapper NLE Choppa says he thinks Elon Musk is an alien
“You mean to tell me that Elon Musk is not alien?”
Memphis rapper NLE Choppa thinks there’s more to Elon Musk than meets the eye, claiming the philanthropist might be an alien.
Speaking in a new interview, the ‘Shotta Flow’ hitmaker discussed the Tesla founder’s SpaceX company and his plans to take people to Mars.
“Look bro, you mean to tell me that Elon Musk is not alien?” NLE Choppa asked Bootleg Kev on his podcast. “C’mon brah, he’s trying to get people to go on Mars, what the fuck?”
According to reports, SpaceX has built and tested a stainless-steel vehicle that will eventually take people and cargo to Mars as well as the moon without the machine cracking up in Space.
NLE Choppa continued: “Bruh, if a n***a come to my face and say, ‘Hey man, let’s move to Mars! Let’s move to Mars! Let’s move to Mars!’ His ass done been there, his ass done lived there before.
“First off, they say it’s hot as hell there, so we ain’t gon’ be thinkin’ about going there. Motherfucker going to come, ‘Let’s go to Mars.’ The fuck? You been there before or somethin’. Boy, hell naw.”
Also touching upon Musk’s recent unveiling of a pig with a computer chip in its brain to demonstrate his ambitious plans to create a working brain-to-machine interface, the rapper added: “You not gon’ put shit in my brain.”
The ‘Walk Em Down’ rapper also said he won’t be driving a Tesla anytime soon because he feels that Musk is probably monitoring drivers in the cars. “That shit kinda police,” he said referring to the state-of-the-art technology that comes equipped in the popular electric vehicles.
Tom DeLonge on UFO research: ‘I wouldn’t have left Blink-182 for something pie in the sky’
Rock star Tom DeLonge has spoken to Sky News about his work on UFOs, saying he would not have put music on the backburner to “chase monsters and ghosts” and that research into the subject could “change the world”.
The musician, best known as the former guitarist and vocalist with US pop-punk band Blink-182, helped set up the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science in the US in 2017, and features in the TV series Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.
“You’ve got to understand, the last show that I played before I started To The Stars Academy was actually in the UK. My band headlined Reading and Leeds.
“You know, it’s like, there’s a hundred thousand people there. ‘And you decided to just leave that to go chase monsters and ghosts?’ You know, I’m not stupid, I’m a pretty savvy guy.
He claims he has seen too much evidence to not believe and would not have left that life behind for something “pie in the sky”.
“I personally have seen enormous amounts of data,” he tells Sky News on a Zoom call from San Diego, California.
“Would I leave rock and roll just to go do something that there’s no data for and it’s just, like, pie in the sky and we’re just imagining things? No! Why would I? I mean, that’s insane.
“But would I leave it for something that I truly think can change the world and have a positive impact and make it a better place, and something that needs to be dealt with, something that’s serious?”
DeLonge, 44, says he realises the theory of UAP might be “unnerving” and “hard to digest” for some, but that he wants to be “in the front seat of something that’s going to come out and be the most revolutionary subject”.
UFO sightings are up 51 percent amid coronavirus, data shows
Widespread quarantine has more people than ever believing we may not be alone in the universe.
Data from the nonprofit National UFO Reporting Center, which records UFO-related events, shows that sightings are up 51 percent so far this year compared to the same period in 2019, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Among the 5,000 sightings recorded this year, 20 percent of them occurred in April – the height of the COVID-19 crisis and lockdown, according to the news outlet.
Peter Davenport, 72, who has directed the organization since 1994, says his phone has been ringing off the hook with reports of extraterrestrial accounts.
Davenport of the city of Harrington in Washington state, collects firsthand accounts through his website and by phone and has been answering 25 to 50 calls a day.
“It’s a herculean task,” Davenport told the Wall Street Journal as he explained that he has to silent his phone at night to try to catch some sleep.
“It’s literally taken over my life,” he said.
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