I don't like secret plots. Dan Brown books freak me out, the Freemasons scare me, and I couldn't sleep for two days after I watched Loose Change. Sadly, I think I just discovered a new one: there is a treacherous confederacy of matching dudes seeking to change the world, and like Scientology, they're winning celebrity converts. One of their most influential? The Lonely Island. Yes, the hilarious hip-hop comedy troupe behind "Jizz in my Pants" and "I'm on a Boat" is scheming against freedom and individuality everywhere. They're not subtle either; in almost every photo shoot, they wear the same stuff. Weird.
Check out more photographic evidence, and some videos, after the jump. It's frightening stuff.
|Turtleneck & Chain album cover|
Creeping around with Nicki Minaj, all wearing grey suits
|Two pics from a March 2011 spread in Filter Magazine|
|Matching again in Rolling Stone|
|Some cultish photos from the band's website|
They've got T-Pain, too. Matching multiple times in the "I'm on a Boat" vid.
This may go deeper than we realize. Heeb magazine alludes to Beethoven. Was he part of it too?