10+ Celebrities Who Believe In Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories are everywhere you turn these days.

It seemed like everyone, especially celebs, are ready and willing to run to Twitter to offer their two-cents.

This includes thoughts on long-standing conspiracies, such as theories on 9/11 and the existence of aliens.

For more, keep reading these 10+ celebs who believe in conspiracy theories.

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The artist tried to prove the earth was flat with a picture of two cities on Twitter with no apparent curvature between them.

Naturally, the “Flat-earther” was quickly proven wrong by a real scientist, Neil Degrasse Tyson.

Rob Schneider

There were no laughs when Schneider made an aggressive anti-vax rant on Twitter.

He used the conspiracy to claim that a “totalitarian” government is taking away our freedoms. Suffice to say, people prefer his comedy over his serious side.

Alec Baldwin

The 30 Rock actor was one of the first celebs to jump on the Jeffrey Epstein conspiracy bandwagon.

His skepticism even caused him to take to social media to try and link Russians and Donald Trump to the cause of the Epstein case.

Demi Lovato

The star is out of this world with her beliefs!

Since she believes we already live among aliens, she has shared alleged UFO sightings online, along with claims that the world has been in contact with aliens.

Paris Jackson

With so many theories about Michael Jackson's death, it makes sense that his daughter, Paris, would start to question the validity of them.

Namely, she was interested in the conspiracy about whether there was foul play from Michael's doctor.

Marion Cotillard

This French actress has made it very clear that she believes 9/11 was an inside job.

She even compared the collapsed towers to a building that burned for 24 hours in Spain. Naturally, she received a lot of backlash.

Courtney Love

Love really thought she uncovered the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. This gave false hope to loved ones who were hopeful that her theory was correct.

But in the end, what she saw ended up just being boats.

Roseanne Barr

The former Roseanne has been pushing to find the truth about chemtrails.

She's been busy posting live streams and conference calls about how chemtrails are being used to control the weather by the government.

Jenny McCarthy

The Masked Singer judge has nothing to hide when it comes to her beliefs that vaccines cause autism in children.

She's even become the face of movements like “Green my Vaccine” as a way to spread awareness.

Bruce Willis

It’s been decades since JFK’s assassination, but the actor still has some pretty far-out theories on what really happened.

He believes that the people who took the president's life on that tragic day are still in control.

Whoopie Goldberg

After watching Capricorn One, the actress became convinced of the fake moon landing.

She's brought this theory to interviews she's done, by asking things like “Why is the flag rippling?” or “Who shot the footage?” AKA all questions she picked up from the film.

Dave Chappelle

Remember when Chappelle turned down a $50 million dollar contract for another season of The Chappelle Show and disappeared from Hollywood?

Well, it's been reported that he went into hiding since he was being blackmailed by someone.

Chipper Jones

When the Sandy Hook tragedy took place, Chipper Jones' chose to believe that it was all a conspiracy.

He even took to Twitter to share his controversial remarks. While he eventually apologized for his remarks, the damage was done.

Steven Seagal

Remember all those mass shootings from throughout those years?

Well, Seagal believes that these have all been an engineered plot designed by the government as a way to take away people's freedom and guns.

Ron Paul

This American politician has stated on multiple occasions his view on the Charlie Hebdo attacks.

He claims that they were a "false flag operation" and a political assassination to cover up the French artists' influence.

Jonathan Davis

A lot of celebs have been accused of being part of the Illuminati. This includes Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Katy Perry.

The lead singer of Korn, Jonathan Davis, also believes that Barack Obama has been a shadow puppet for the rumored society.


This female rapper is convinced that Google is in control of the world and using surveillance to spy on us.

She has also been known to recently go on tirades on Twitter, leading us to believe that she has a strong opinion about the conspiracy.

Kanye West

The ever-outspoken celeb believed that the government created AIDS to kill black and gay people.

"My parents taught me that AIDS was a man-made disease designed to get rid of the undesirable people," West told Rolling Stone in 2006.

Kylie Jenner

The reality star is a fan of conspiracy theories.

As an avid social media user, she has shared her rumblings with fans, with questions on everything from the death of honeybees to chemtrails controlling the weather.

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