Beyonce is at the center of another conspiracy theory. The Sun reports that the singer has become the point of interest of congress candidate KW Miller in his rants on Twitter. Miller is saying that Beyonce is faking her heritage as African American for exposure.

Beyonce conspiracy theories added with KW Miller's uproar.
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Beyonce Performs at The Staples Center LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 13: Singer Beyonce performs at the Staples Center on July 13, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.

KW Miller sparked an uproar

The congressional candidate KW Miller, running in the 18th Congressional District in Florida, posted on social media his theory about Beyonce's heritage. The candidate claimed on Twitter that Beyonce is a fake Black and is Italian instead. Miller even mentions that Beyonce's real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi.

The Single Ladies hitmaker was also accused of sending "secret coded messages to globalists in her song, Formation."

KW Miller, who is running against incumbent Brian Mast, also claimed that Mast is a Soros operative and calls singer Patti LaBelle "another Illuminati globalist puppet" aiming to "push our children to liberalism!"


Beyonce has no response to Miller's allegations, but her fans backed her up. Miller's accusations sparked an uproar among the fans of Beyonce, with one Twitter user describing him as "dangerous to society." According to Indy100, some of Beyonce's fans accused KW Miller of lifting from fanfiction about Ariane Grande, Lady Gaga, and Beyonce.

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Beyonce sang about her heritage

In the 2016 song "Formation," Beyonce sang about her heritage. She declared in the lyrics that "My daddy Alabama, Mama Louisiana... I like my baby hair, with baby hair and afros. I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils." The queen of pop surprised her fans at that time with a politically charged song, acording to Al.

Is the Queen of pop a Witch?

Before KW Miller claimed that Beyonce is using a fake heritage, the Queen of Pop had the most eye-popping theories made about her. The Blast reported that Beyonce's female ex-drummer, Kimberly Thompson, accused the singer of "witchcraft" and watched her have sex, jumping to the other people's body

The drummer alleged Beyonce killed her kitten while she was demanding a restraining order against Beyonce. Thompson worked for Beyonce for seven years and claimed that the singer launched a harassment campaign against her. According to the lawsuit, as noted by The Blast, Beyonce was using "dark magic" and "magic spells of sexual molestation."

The Blast further reports that Thompson also claimed Beyonce was involved in "extreme" witchcraft practices, controlling her finances and tapping her phones. According to The Blast, the judge denied the request of Thompson for a temporary restraining order.