They are two of the most influential people in the world presently, and they both happen to share the same inborn Brain Type. We are talking about two talented musicians who are the ‘pied pipers’, but unfortunately, they are playing their pipes to lead people down some pretty sketchy roads.

Kanye West and Beyonce Knowles are both #9 FCARs.
Although this inborn Brain Type is not typically known for seeking to start a controversy, they are fiercely passionate for and loyal to their personal goals and values (or lack there-of), and can quickly throw others to the wayside if they offend them or cause them emotional anguish and anger. Kanye has taken this to the extreme yet again. In an audio clip attained by Page Six, Kanye can be heard repeatedly yelling at Saturday Night Live production staff in an hebephrenic (child-like) tirade, yelling, I’m 50 percent more influential than filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, Pablo Picasso, the Apostle Paul, and drug runner Pablo Escobar. By 50 percent more influential than any other human being. Don’t f k with me … By 50 percent dead or alive, by 50 percent for the next 1,000 years. Needless to say, this was a very logic-lacking fit of rage, with one source stating, It was like he was having an emotional breakdown.” Yes, if only people understood Kanye’s passion-prone inborn makeup (conversely, #9 King David of the Bible directed his emotion to the heavenly direction!). Also, West’s $50 million in debt likely weighs heavily on his fragile psyche, unfortunately a result of when #9s fail to balance themselves by implementing crucial helps from their opposite BT, the logical, methodical, and pragmatic #8 BEIL.

Meanwhile, Beyonce has been at the center of controversy lately after her performance at Super Bowl 50, where she and her performers sported afros and black berets, “reportedly in reference to the Black Panther Party… At one point during the performance the backup dancers and Beyonc gave a salute, and they later formed an X formation, which the Twitterverse was quick to declare was a reference to Malcom X.”  As a result, The Miami Fraternal Order of Police released that they would boycott Beyonc’s concert in April and are urging others to do the same. The fact that Beyonc used this year’s Super Bowl to divide Americans by promoting the BlackPanthers and her antipolice message shows how she does not support law enforcement, said Javier Oritz, President of The Miami FOP.

Other #9 musical artists have included Doris Day, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross, Amy Grant, and Reba McEntire, all certainly much less controversial figures, for sure!

Written by: Staff