What is the Illuminati? Who's in it? Is it even real? All we know for sure is that @Illuminati on Twitter, which may or may not be associated with any actual organization, quoted one of The Real Housewives and was super serious about it.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Yolanda Foster once said, "Fake friends believe in rumors, real friends believe in you."
Fake friends believe in rumors, real friends believe in you.— ILLUMINATI (@ILLUMlNATI) May 4, 2016
True Real Housewives fans were quick to realize where the famed line came from, even if it's become a popular internet quote since being uttered on the show.
@ILLUMlNATI this is a real housewife's tag line lmao— Ö (@CristalEtoiles) May 4, 2016
Real question: Does this prove that Foster is in the Illuminati?
If Foster is a part of the Illuminati, it could explain how her daughters Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid have quickly rose to fame in the entertainment world. While the sisters are talented, Gigi is arguably one of the hottest models in the game right now. She's everywhere! Plus, she's dating one of the most-talked about new solo artists, former One Direction member Zayn Malik.
Bella is also dating a seriously famous R&B singer, The Weeknd. While previously an underground artist, The Weeknd topped the charts in 2015. You haven't been able to listen to the radio without hearing one of his hits, like "Can't Feel My Face" or "The Hills," for pretty much the past year.
The Hadid sisters are also friends with Kendall Jenner. If the Illuminati is real, we know the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan has to be in on it.
So, is the Foster-Hadid fam in cahoots with the Illuminati or is all the success they've experienced recently just a coincidence? Honestly, it probably is, along with a mixture of wealth, good genes, talent and hard work, but we'll let you decide.
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