• Ex-NFL star accuses LeBron James and his connection to "Illuminati" caused Kobe Bryant's death
  • A school psychologist claims "white supremacist", Illuminati killed Bryant not the fog
  • Bryant's jersey number 24 and 81-point game imply the devil's number

An ex-NFL star has claimed that LeBron James and the “Illuminati” are responsible for Kobe Bryant’s tragic death.

The whole world is still mourning the sudden passing of NBA legend Bryant in a helicopter crash that killed nine people in total at Calabasas, California last week. Investigations are still ongoing, but officials have already reported that a “thick fog” caused the crash. However, former NFL running back Larry Johnson isn’t buying any of that.

According to Johnson, who recently took his bizarre claims to Twitter, current Lakers star and Bryant’s friend James and his “Luciferianism” had something to do with the devastating incident. Johnson posted a series of accusations explaining James’ alleged connection to “Illuminati.”

In the below video, Johnson emphasized that during the Lakers’ first tribute to Bryant at Staples Centre, James apparently performed an Illuminati symbol with his hands. James’ second hand gesture was decoded by Johnson as the symbol of “666,” a combination of number widely synonymous to the devil’s number.

“Thank you oh great Lucifer, son of the morning, who I owe....” Luciferianism has been rotting the black community for years now. We can quit the “It’s the white man!” - Naw, it’s our own dumb asses via the entertainment industry,” Johnson wrote.

The retired NFL player also made a bold theory about James passing Bryant in the NBA all-time scoring list. He even claims that Bryant’s 81-point game and jersey number “24” both imply 666 in a secret way.

Aside from Johnson, another person who claims Illuminati murdered Bryant was Dr. Umar Johnson, a school psychologist and the self-described “Prince of Pan-Afrikanism.” (though Larry and Dr. Johnson have the same last name, the two were not related by blood.)

Dr. Johnson alleges that “white supremacists” had decided to kill Bryant that morning at Calabasas and the fog had nothing to do with it, CCN reported.

“When is the last time you saw a propeller go out on a helicopter? I’ve been on helicopters. I’ve been on helicopters. I’ve been on helicopters. When is the last time you saw the propeller go out on a helicopter?,” Johnson exclaimed.

“How many flights I’ve been in in the fog? Helicopters in the fog? I took helicopters in Africa in the fog. In Africa. In Nigeria. In the fog. On the helicopter. They did not crash because of the fog. They didn’t crash because of no d*mn fog, and it wasn’t no wind. The propeller was sabotaged,” Johnson added.

LeBron James and Kobe Bryant
LeBron James was openly welcomed by Lakers legend and old rival Kobe Bryant. In this picture, James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers jokes with Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers during a 120-108 Cavaliers win at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on March 10, 2016. Harry How/Getty Images