Black Syientology Invades Hollywood

Controversial author and religious leader / Prophet – King Nazir Muhammad is stepping away from religion for a moment. It seems he is to step into a new role of movie concept creator.

Muhammad has expressed in the past his beef with literary agents, citing that they are not good at recognizing true talent. So in line with his new way of presenting concepts to various industries, Muhammad has released to us two original movie concepts.


The first of those is a sci-fi action sequel to the 1993 biopic “Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story.” Muhammad says that if done right, it could be the only movie that is able to rival The Matrix. – Read The Story HERE


The second concept is of an inspirational teen dance movie dedicated to The King of Pop called “I Wanna Be Like Mike.” Muhammad says that there have been many dance movies but none as original as this. – Read The Story HERE

Muhammad says these concepts are for sale to interested producers for $50,000 each plus $1.00 on every future DVD sold.

So as you can see, Muhammad is doing two things here. First, he is using Black Syientology to break through the boundaries of stereotypical black religious theology. Secondly, he is also breaking through the boundaries of stereotypical movie concepts created by blacks. It appears we are witnessing the rise of not only a new religion, but also a new black culture seems to be in the making as well.

So it is probably safe to say that Black Syientology is not just another fly by night religion but a growing force, and one that is definitely here to stay!

For more on this growing religion visit their online church HERE


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