Pop Culture Conspiracy Theories That’ll Make You Laugh Out Loud

Ah, conspiracy theories…you’ve got to love them. They have a strange way of taking something absurdly false, and casting just enough “possibility”, and “sensationalism” around it to make you take a second look. Check out these top pop culture conspiracy theories:

Beyoncé Faked Her Pregnancy With Blue Ivy: Back in 2011, Beyoncé announced that she was pregnant. Rumors quickly circulated that Beyoncé was actually using a surrogate.

Lorde is Old: The singer rose to fame in 2013 with the release of “Royals”, but many people claimed that she was much older than 17.

Michael Jackson and Latoya Jackson Are The Same Person: There’s been a rumor for decades that Michael Jackson is actually his sister, Latoya Jackson.

Courtney Love Killed Kurt Cobain: Kurt Cobain committed suicide, but a small group of people are saying that Love actually killed him.

Katy Perry is Jon Benet Ramsey: There’s a YouTube video circulating that JonBenet’s murder was just a hoax so that the singer, Katy Perry could emerge.

Khloe Kardashian is O.J. Simpson’s Daughter: As if O.J. and Khloe’s lives aren’t enough of a media circus. Now there are rumors that Khole is actually O.J.’s daughter.

Tupac and Elvis Presley Are Both Still Alive: Sometimes people have a hard time letting go and that’s definitely the case for some Tupac and Elvis fans. Years after both of their deaths, there are still people who believe that both men are alive.

READ MORE: 52 Biggest Pop Culture Conspiracy Theories


Jessica E. Williams

Jessica is a fun-loving free spirit. She's a writer that covers all sorts of genres. In her spare time, she's enjoying her family and contemplating the deeper meaning of life.

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