Alien Adventures: Celebs, UFOs, And The Cosmos
One of the biggest cosmic questions in existence is, “are we alone in the Universe?” While not even NASA can definitively say for sure, some celebrities are pretty certain they already know the answer. Each of these stars has publicly professed a belief in the existence of alien life, with some even going on active searches for a close encounter of their very own.
Chance The Rapper:
The Chigaco-bred rapper rolled out the red carpet for our otherworldly visitors – should they ever decide to drop by – by creating a welcome playlist for extraterrestrials via his Twitter account in late 2020. He said the list, featuring over 20 Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 songs, would serve as his method “to get them to understand music and humanity.” We think it’s fair to say that Track 1, “Human Nature,” sums everything up pretty well.
The child star-turned-singer believes in extraterrestrials so strongly they’ve even advocated for more politically-correct terminology by which to address them. While promoting their UFO discovery docuseries Unidentified with Demi Lovato on an Australian platform in 2021, they said, “we have to stop calling them aliens because ‘aliens’ is a derogatory term for anything.”
We wouldn’t want to offend our planetary neighbors and potential guests, after all.
The reality star has gone on record about her belief and on-camera actually hunting for UFOs and alien encounters. In 2013, during Season 8 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Khloé revealed just how passionate she was about spotting an otherworldly vessel on a family camping trip to Nevada, detouring the family to Area 51 for a sighting. Later, during the show’s final season in 2021, Khloé took then-boyfriend Tristan Thompson on a UFO-hunting date in the hills of Malibu.
Aside from acting and rapping, Jaden has long been known for being passionate about several far-out philosophies and ideas. His stance on alien lifeforms is seemingly no different, as he was so sure of their existence that he asked the Commander in Chief himself to confirm his theories.
Jaden went on record in a 2013 Wonderland Magazine article saying that he confronted President Barack Obama about the existence of extraterrestrials during a visit to the White House with his famous father at age 14. Obama would neither confirm nor deny their existence, which Jaden naturally took as proof positive that he had been right all along.
“If people think we’re the only people that live in this universe, then something is wrong with them,” he said.
The legendary pioneer or early-2000’s snap-rap was the first to spot spaceships on Atlanta’s famed Bankhead road (granted while in an altered state) and has had Hip-Hop UFO enthusiasts using the terminology ever since.