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Swedish DJ Avicii
Swedish DJ Avicii

Swedish DJ Avicii

The DJ Avicii, with a net worth of $50million at the time of his death according to Celebrity Net Worth. was reportedly found with self-inflicted stab wounds at a home in Muscat, Oman.

Tim Bergling, known professionally as Avicii, was a Swedish DJ, remixer and music producer. At the age of 16, Bergling began posting his remixes on electronic music forums, which led to his first record deal. He rose to prominence in 2011 with his single “Levels”.

For his first video as director, Avicii chose to shine a spotlight on the elite pedophilia epidemic. “For a Better Day” tells the story children being sold as sex slaves to elite child traffickers. The video shows two children escape by jumping off a cliff into the ocean, before returning as adults to get exact bloody revenge on the powerful elite pedophiles who abused them as children.

By appearing as one of the grown-up children in the video, Avicii clearly demonstrated which side he was on, and despite record label warnings that the video was “commercial suicide”, decided to make it clear that exposing the elite predators was more important than making money.

At the end of the video, it is revealed that the elite pedophile ring Avicii had in his sights goes all the way to the top of government. In the video the leader is killed and “pedophile” is branded on his body. However in reality, it was Avicii who met an untimely demise, joining Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell as famous musicians who have died before their time under suspicious circumstances after vowing to expose the elite pedophiles.

The DJ used part of his income to donate to charity, embarking on a House for Hunger tour back in 2012, donating the proceeds of the shows to the charity, Feeding America.

He added another $1million afterward, along with an additional $1million euros to a Swedish “hunger aid” charity a year later.

During an interview in 2013, Avicii alluded to his charitable contributions, saying: “I discovered when I started making money that I didn’t really need it.

“When you have such an excess of money you don’t need, the most sensible, most human and completely obvious thing is to give to people in need.”

Throughout his career, Avicii received Grammy nominations and was regarded as one of the DJs who ushered electronic music into Top 40 radio in the early 2010s.

Here is why things aren’t adding up:

(1) Oman, the location. He died with vacationing with friends… one of the people in the group, however, is confirmed to be one of his LONGTERM BEST FRIENDS.

https://www.instagram.com/fricko89/ Here is this friend’s Instagram. The last photo showed he location tagged in Oman two days before Avicii’s death. If you scroll through his Instagram you can see he was with Avicii throughout his entire rise to fame.

Many witnesses report Avicii to be in great spirits while on holiday, so much so that he EXTENDED his vacation time there. Now, if you’re on vacation with one of your longterm friends… would you commit suicide? Avicii was a very caring person, evident in his documentary, I seriously doubt he would do that.

(2) The Aftermath Avicii’s brother was initially reported everywhere to be traveling to Oman to SEEK ANSWERS, to INVESTIGATE his brother’s death. A few days later, Avicii’s entire family followed (sisters and other brother included). Now, why would Avicii’s entire family come to Oman if this case was cut-and-dry? Going further… His body was found on ROYAL PROPERTY! the mansion of a relative of the Omani Sultan. It was not found in his “hotel room” as the media tried to portray everywhere. In fact, Avicii had checked out of his hotel room days prior and his brother had been tracking Avicii’s movements. It was also found local afternoon time…. hmm…. police were VERY quick to access that no foul play was involved, way too quick. Two autopsies were immediately concluded soon after… within 2-3 days of his passing and the result that no foul play was involved was again broadcasted, before his full family even arrived at the scene and issued a cause-of-death statement

(3) His Music Prior to leaving for Oman he had invited Joe Janiak to his LA house and they spent weeks writing new batches of songs. ON THE DAY BEFORE HIS DEPARTURE TO OMAN Avicii told Joe that he’d reach to him when he returned from Oman… before literally turning away to go pack his suitcase since he was leaving the next morning. Previous collaborator Nicki Romero reports that Avicii had sent him folders via WhatsApp of new track ideas about a month or so prior to his death, wanting to collaborate on some songs. Many reports claim that Avicii was extremely excited about his new music and focusing on creating tracks that had a more organic and authentic feel, using actual instruments (band member of Incubus most notably discussed this) ON THE FIRST DAY OF HIS TRIP TO OMAN Avicii had a conference call with his management team in which they discussed who he would like to bring in on some tracks (vocals). Over the next few days he continued to email them regarding this. TWO MORE EPs were in the works. Avicii wanted to release a THREE part EP, the first part was released this past summer.

(4) His girlfriend Relationship ~9 months long, planning on kids together, obviously very involved with lots of plans. It is clear he was very smitten with her little one.

(5) His dog Avicii spent hours and hours and hours training his dog, Liam. Liam had a literal Instagram page. It was clear Avicii loooooooooved Liam, and I’m talking about the kind of training that show dogs go through. There’s some videos on his Instagram, mainly of Avicii pretending to hold a gun and Liam shadowing his movements. Just one month ago Avicii posted a video of Liam on a hike in Africa, he was constantly talking about how sentimental he felt about how fast Liam is growing… he was completely and utterly smitten with this dog.

There’s something not at all right here.


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