How ‘Python’ Killed Kurt Cobain, 2Pac, And Aaliyah: Jentezen Franklin Sheds Light On Their Deaths [Watch Videos]

By Martin Suan | 2 years ago
How ‘Python’ Killed Kurt Cobain, 2Pac, And Aaliyah: Jentezen Franklin Sheds Light On Their Deaths [Watch Videos]
Jentezen Franklin sheds light on the controversial deaths of Kurt Cobain, 2Pac, and Aaliyah.

Jentezen Franklin has shed light on the controversies surrounding the deaths of Kurt Cobain, 2Pac, and Aaliyah at a youth conference Winterfest on 2002.

Well-known speaker Franklin spoke about a supernatural being called “Python” in which it was said to be the one responsible for the deaths of Cobain, 2Pac, and Aaliyah.

Kurt Cobain: The Grunge Movement

Kurt Cobain was widely known as the lead singer of Nirvana. He had sold millions of records, considered as the spokesperson of a generation, with his band labeled as Generation X’s flagship band.

Cobain also started a youth movement in the US called the Grunge Movement. While on a show, he met Courtney Love and later married her on 1992.

The couple had a beautiful daughter named Frances Bean Cobain. They lived in an incredible mansion in Seattle, Washington.

Simply put, Cobain had everything. However, Jentezen Franklin observed “Python” entangled Cobain along the way.

Cobain was known for using marijuana, LSD’s, and heroin. And on April 8, 1994, everything took a toll at Cobain, being found dead, with a shotgun pointing at his chin.

Cobain left a suicide note addressed to an imaginary being called “Boddah.” His note contained a statement that said, “The worst crime I can think of would be to rip people off by faking it and pretending as if I’m having 100% fun.”

“I can’t stand the thought of Frances becoming the miserable, self-destructive, death rocker I’ve become,” Cobain also wrote.

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2Pac: The Greatest Rapper Ever

2Pac (Tupac Amaru Shakur) was considered to be one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Like Kurt Cobain, 2Pac has also sold millions of copies, was ranked as one of the greatest rappers ever, and was looked up as the most influential rapper of all time.

Franklin noted on the rapper, “2Pac had it all. 2Pac had the Rolls Royce. 2Pac had the women. 2Pac had everything. But one bullet took them away.”

On September 7, 1996, a group of unidentified people shot 2Pac at the chest, pelvis, right hand, thigh, and right lung. He was rushed to the hospital but later died due to internal bleeding.

“If 2Pac could come back, he wouldn’t sing to you about the thug life. If 2Pac could come back, he wouldn’t talk to you about a gang or selling dope.

“He would tell that dope dealer to go back to hell where he came from. He’d tell you young ladies that losing your virginity isn’t worth being popular,” Jentezen Franklin said.

Franklin went on to reveal that he and his wife received a telephone call from Evander Holyfield’s wife who has been watching their television program.

Holyfield’s wife told them that hours before 2Pac was shot, Evander, who has been known to be a Christian, approached the rapper and said to him, “2Pac you know what’s right. You know you’re living wrong. You know Jesus has made a difference in my life and you need to give your life to the Lord.

“And he said 2Pac said, ‘One day but not right now. I’m havin’ too much fun. I got my whole life ahead of me. I know what’s right but not right now. I wanna party, I’m young, I wanna have a good time,’” Franklin recalled Holyfield’s wife sharing the conversation between Evander and 2Pac just hours before the rapper got shot and killed.

“One day who’d get back in church. But ‘Python’ had already planned,” Jentezen Franklin said.

Aaliyah: Queen of the Damned

Aaliyah rose to fame with her album “Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number,” which was certified as double platinum. She was acknowledged to be the artist who helped redefine and revolutionized R&B and hip hop.

“She had made a movie. Her career was on track. She had sold a million copies of her record. She had gone to the Bahamas to make a brand new video for her new release,” Jentezen Franklin said. “But little did she know she would die at 22 years of age.”

Franklin noted that even after Aaliyah’s death her movie still topped and became the number one film in America on 2002.

“Prophetically, it was named. She didn’t know when she was shooting it that the name of the movie would be a prophecy over her life, ‘Aaliyah: Queen of the Damned,’” Jentezen Franklin observed.

Throughout Aaliyah’s career, “Python” was stronger and successfully choked her life.

On August 25, 2001, Aaliyah died in a plane crash shortly after its takeoff.

The world mourned the death of Kurt Cobain, 2Pac, and Aaliyah. While they were having the time of their life, they did not know that “Python” was already there slowly choking them to death through drugs, fame, alcohol, and others.

Death is a reality and it comes knocking at anyone’s door anytime. And the words of Jesus Christ ring true even until now, “What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul? Or what can anyone give in exchange for their soul?”

Watch how “Python” uses marijuana and pornography to kill people.

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Martin's interest range from reading books, guitars, animes, driving on a Sunday, to an obsession with this saying: "What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world yet loses his soul?"