Bobby East Addresses Controversy Surrounding ‘Indoors’ Song Artwork


HipHop recording artiste and XYZ Entertainments Bobby East” has finally responded to the controversy behind the song artwork for “Indoors” on which he features. The rapper who seemingly got poked by the online comments of people accusing Him & Slapdee of using an Illuminate symbol.

The song artwork shows a goat with somewhat painted horns. Many people have attributed the goat to Baphomet, an Illuminati god which many International celebrities are heavily accused of worshiping. However, these accusation and comments didn’t sit well with ‘The Day walker’ who decided to post a statement on social media.

According to the rapper, the goat was simply an indication of “G.O.A.T” which stands for “Greatest of All Times”. The rapper also decided to place huge emphasis by attaching some googled screenshots with the meaning of the goat just to back himself up.

Bobby Easts Facebook post

This is the first time Bobby East has been caught up in public Illuminati accusation while his boss ‘Slapdee’ isn’t new to this. The song “Indoors” on the other hand has been positively received by many fans and critics alike