Tila Tequila Protests the Facebook Conspiracy by Starting New Social Media Site (Exclusive) (Video)

By Tony Sokol | August 05, 2013 11:05 PM EDT

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Tila Tequila has had enough of Facebook. The former reality TV star turned conspiracy whistleblower was suspended one too many times from the world dominating social media site and decided to start her own.

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With blogs like “How Twitter & Facebook Helped Dumb Down Society” and a diverse group of people who call themselves Tila’s Army, Tila Tequila launched anonymoustruthblog.com on August 1. Tila Tequila and her Truth Warriors haven’t exactly gone off the grid, they are building their own grid. Tila Tequila promises that the new website will be more than just a daily blog, members create their own profiles, make new friends, form their own inner groups and can chat and comment on each other’s postings. And without being under the watchful eye of the powers that control the behemoth social network Facebook.

In her welcoming message, Tila Tequila wrote “You can only see what is happening behind the scenes here since it is also a Social Networking website besides just a daily blog. You get your own profile, make new friends, make status updates and more! I am looking forward to seeing all of your beautiful faces here again, and site is now officially live again for the 2nd time! haha! I shall be making daily updates as usual….. now… LET THE GAMES BEGIN! POW!” Pow, being inside slang for the Tila Truth Warriors.

Tila Tequila has been authoring her own comeback. Before exiting Facebook, the Myspace phenomenon and MTV reality star Tila Tequila’s Facebook messages hinted that she’s writing a book. There has also been new upcoming music that’s been leaked on the net. A month ago, the indie action film “Masterminds” was released to little fanfare. The Tila Tequila starrer looks headed for B-movie notoriety. Or cult film status. Time will tell.

It’s been months since Tila Tequila won the dubious and smug HuffPost honor of “Weirdest Celebrity Video Ever” for a YouTube entry showing her using her superpowers to create energy balls out of thin air. Bloggers have launched online accusations that Tila has been hypnotizing her followers, who call themselves Tila’s Army, with subliminal messaging in her controversial videos.

Most recent reports about Tila have focused on her ongoing efforts to expose the Illuminati, a behind-the-scenes powerhouse that is reputed to be a satanic cabal that controls the world. Tila Tequila’s efforts have been linked by the conspiracy-savvy to a mysterious near-fatal brain aneurism she suffered last year. But it looks like she’s turning that around. TilaTequila.com has already been amassing a small but very devoted following and from what they say, they have bigger attention spans than the Twitter generation.

Tila Tequila’s new movie was directed by David "Cowboy" Keary, who also made the gritty inner city film, "MoneyMakers" in 2010 and stars Nick Hogan, Hulk Hogan’s son. Previously, Tila appeared in the films "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" in 2007 and "Brass Knuckles" in 2011. But she’s best-known for her reality TV dating competition series “A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila” and her role on the William Shatner network comedy, “$#!T My Dad Says.”


 

by Tony Sokol

Tagged :  world news, tila, tequila, Facebook, conspiracy, protest, new social, network

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