Avicii Conspiracy Theory: Crypto Killing?

IRVINE, CA - MAY 31: Tim Bergling aka Avicii attends the 22nd Annual KROQ Weenie Roast on May 31, 2014 in Irvine, California. (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc.)

There have been a lot of shocking conspiracy theories regarding beloved Swedish DJ Avicii. Everything from suicide, drug overdose to murder occupy the deep corners of the internet but here’s a new one. Was this a crypto killing? MysticSauce puts on it’s finest detective hat and tries to investigate.

AVICII CONSPIRACY THEORY: KILLED FOR CRYPTO PEDOPHILE RING?

Perhaps you heard the fake news. One Avicii conspiracy theory revolves around them and an exposed pedophile ring. Apparently, the DJ used music videos to voice his concern over a pedophile ring and hopefully, get them busted. However, those in the ring caught on to his mission and had the young man killed for his efforts. Adding to this theory, some seem to think this was a crypto killing. Allegedly, the DJ was an avid collector of the highly valuable bitcoin. Hence, this definitely complicates the story.

AVICII CONSPIRACY: KILLED FOR CRYPTO A NEW TREND?

Oddly enough, Avicii’s death resembles that of many other recent musician deaths. There is a great deal of mystery surrounding the death of Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) and Chester Bennington (Linkin Park). Some say those two were sneaking around in places that they should not have been. Hence, the fact that all three were musicians makes it even weirder. Was the Avicii conspiracy part of something greater? Therefore, are all famous musicians in some secret organization? Did these three individuals know too much? Those are all great questions. But what about the crypto killing?

AVICII CONSPIRACY: NOT KILLED FOR CRYPTO

Avicii was not killed by pedophiles. Instead, he was killed by a pancreatic thing. At least that’s what the media likes to say. Who knows what really was going on. Did he have millions invested in Bitcoin, BestRate or IOTA? Was this a  bad crypto exchange? It’s hard to say but if you’re a big-time crypto investor, be careful who you’re dealing with. Do your own research and know your customer. And also don’t be a musician. Because that seems like bad luck nowadays.

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