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by David Covucci on March 18, 2014

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There’s a new theory making the rounds on the internet about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and unlike Brandon Wenerd’s stupidly logical scenario, this one’s got some grounding.

Did Pitbull make the plane go disappear?

We’re not saying he’s personally responsible, but intrepid YouTubers noticed some similarity between lyrics in his song ‘Get It Started‘ and what happened 11 days ago.

The lyrics go:

 No Ali, no Frasier, but for now it’s off to Malaysia

Two passports, three cities, two countries, one day

Now that’s worldwide, if you think it’s a game, let’s play, dale

Let’s break it down.

Some would say No Ali is referencing the famous boxer. But the co-pilots name was fAriq abduL HamId. A L I. And now he’s gone. No Ali.

Two passports is much more clear. The two Iranian men who boarded with two fake passports. Three cities. Kuala Lumpur, Beijing and whatever city the plane is hidden in now. Two countries. Malaysia and China (furthering Slate’s theory that the plane is in Northern China).

Now that’s worldwide.  The hunt is now worldwide. And Pitbull’s saying it ain’t no game.

Shit just got real.


[Via Death and Taxes]

David Covucci

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