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Here's how Aaliyah predicted her death

Here's how Aaliyah predicted her death


Here’s how Aaliyah predicted her death

Death is inevitable, and that is a fact that we have to accept in the circle of life. Some people may feel like the Grim Reaper is sitting on their shoulder waiting for the right moment to strike; for others, the sensation of death coming home to roost is fleeting. And there are those who have eerie premonitions about their own passing. Fallen famous figures such as Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, Tupac, John Lennon, and Princess Diana all have one eerie thing in common: In one way or another, they foreshadowed their own fate.

The late R&B singer Aaliyah is one of the handful of celebrities who predicted their own deaths. By the age of 22, her star was burning bright; the multi-hyphenate reached the top of the charts and made her acting debut in Romeo Must Die, opposite Jet Li, and her final acting gig was the title character in Queen of the Damned. The singer was nearing her career’s peak when the small Cessna private jet that carried her and her entourage crashed on Aug. 25, 2001 in the Bahamas. Before Aaliyah died, she described a recurring dream she had that now sounds like a bad omen. If you believe in the spiritual realm, the thought of Aaliyah foreshadowing her own death does not seem too far-fetched.

Aaliyah had a recurring dream prior to her death

In an interview that was conducted one month prior to the fatal plane crash, Aaliyah spoke of a recurring dream that could be interpreted in several ways. “It is dark in my favorite dream,” The “More Than A Woman” singer told German newspaper Die Zeit (via E! News). “Someone is following me. I don’t know why. I’m scared. Then suddenly I lift off. Far away. How do I feel? As if I am swimming in the air. Free. Weightless. Nobody can reach me. Nobody can touch me. It’s a wonderful feeling.” Aaliyah’s dream holds a lot of symbolism: a desire to escape the pressures that come with immense fame, a battle with fear (according to Newsweek, Aaliyah was afraid of small planes), a sense of stability and relief, and a search for freedom.

Considering the tragic accident that happened just weeks after this interview, one could see this dream as a dark, subconscious premonition of the crash that played a role in the loss of one of the most iconic performers of her time. 

Written by Celebrity News

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