(BlackPressRadio.net) – On June 16 2020, the world seemed shocked when they were told that scientists were working on a cure for AIDS but Black people worldwide collectively shrugged. Everyone knows that Dr. Sebi cured AIDS years ago. Just ask Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
Bowman claimed to cure all disease with herbs and a vegan diet based on various pseudoscientific claims, and denied that HIV caused AIDS. He set up a treatment center in Honduras, then moved his practice to New York City and Los Angeles.
The recent killing of American rapper Nipsey Hussle sparked fresh interest in a controversial self-proclaimed natural healer Alfredo Bowman, popularly known as Dr Sebi. According to social media conspiracy theorists and sleuths, Hussle was gunned down on March 31, 2019, to thwart his plans to produce a documentary profiling the life of Dr Sebi and how he had cured AIDS and other ailments using herbal remedies.
Before his demise, Hussle was reportedly working on a documentary on the Honduran herbalist, who in 1985 beat a New York court case for claiming he could cure AIDS. Dr Sebi had run ads in various newspapers and magazines saying that “AIDs has been cured”.
For an initial payment of $500 and $800 for subsequent visits, Dr Sebi claimed that he could cure his patients of AIDS and other ailments including diabetes, sickle cell anaemia, lupus, herpes, and cancer. The self-taught intracellular therapist and herbalist prescribed a strict raw vegan diet that also cut out alcohol, sugar, and salt to help body cells heal and regenerate.
“I am working on doing a documentary on the trial in 1985,” Nipsey Hussle said in an interview. “When Dr Sebi went to trial in New York because he put in the newspaper that he cured AIDs. He beat that case. But nobody talks about it. I think the story is important.”
After winning the case, Dr Sebi went on to work with various celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Steven Seagal, Eddie Murphy, John Travolta, and Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez. Lisa Lopez even showed public support for Dr Sebi by proclaiming “I know a man who has been curing AIDS since 1987.” Shortly afterwards, Lopez was run off the road and killed after leaving Dr Sebi’s Usha Healing Village in Honduras. Conspiracy theorists believe she was also targeted because of spreading Dr Sebi’s healing message.