The former star of “A Shot at Love” was never normal. But this is definitely new heights of strangeness.
Numerous posts on the social-networking site — more than a dozen in the 24-hour period leading up to Monday night (Dec. 9) — try to explain the model and television personality’s views on the universe. They are rather bizarre, to say the least.
Tequila first attracted attention recently when commenting on the deaths of Elisa Lam (a Vancouver woman found dead in Los Angeles in February) and Walker. Although both deaths were attributed to accidents by the authorities, Tequila claimed a deep conspiracy was behind them:
“I know who killed Elisa Lam … I believe I am the only person on this entire planet who knows what happened. I knew it the first time news of the strange video started circulating the internet weeks ago. I have just kept my mouth shut because there is a lot more to it and of course…. cases like this. I just did not want to draw any attention to myself but I know exactly why they did it and yes it was indeed a ritualistic murder. Just like Paul Walker’s.”
The reality star claims to have kept silent until this post because “this ritual murder was directly linked to my ritual murder last year.” It is not clear what this means exactly, since Tequila seems to be alive.
But the star’s entire Facebook page is full of such seeming craziness. Some posts stick to vague prophesying of threats to humanity:
“I am from Sirius B and of Lyran descent. When you Earthlings are ready for true positive change then you need to be that change before any of the gods return to help you any further … Very few will make it past this Luciferian soul harvest.”
Others get a little more specific in their message. Several of these posts talk about how a Zionist conspiracy was truly behind 9/11 and that those same conspirators are somehow responsible for a “Matrix”-like world in which nothing we know is true.
And then there are the posts about Adolf Hitler. While Tequila claims that she merely feels “sympathy, compassion, and forgiveness” for the World War II-era dictator of Germany, her longer posts sound downright complimentary of the man:
“So once upon a time in a land far away there was a special and sweet kid who had a dream to become a painter. He was a brilliant artist and was ahead of his time. He had hopes, and dreams just like we all do. Unfortunately, the art schools did not feel the same as he and they rejected him … His Name was Hitler.”
Tequila happily compares herself to Hitler after this:
“There was once upon a time a young lady who also had the same hopes and dreams as Hitler did. She probably loved the Jews as much as they hated her … They mocked her, rejected her and laughed at her through and through when all she ever did was show them her love. Her name was Tila Tequila.”
However nuts this may seem to many readers, Tequila has a response to those who might argue:
“THE ONES TELLING ME TO ‘SHUT UP’ ARE THE ONES HEAVILY INVOLVED IN OCCULT RITUAL SACRIFICES HERE AND THEY FEAR ME TELLING THE WORLD ABOUT HOW THEY MURDER PEOPLE RITUALISTICALLY!”
So there’s that.