13/03/2014 10:32 GMT | Updated 18/03/2014 08:59 GMT

Missing Malaysia Flight MH370 And Pitbull Song Lyrics Share An Uncanny Connection, According To Conspiracy Theorists

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Dramatic new developments in the confused search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 – the passenger plane's disappearance can be traced back to Pitbull and Shakira's 2012 track "Get It Started," according to the YouTube illuminati.

Pitbull's lyrics include "Now it's off to Malaysia" and "Two passports, three cities, two countries, one day."

Conspiracy theorists have said that the two passports relate to the stolen Austrian and Italian passports used by two Iranians to board MH370, the three cities refer to the capital cities of Malaysia, China and Vietnam and the two countries are Malaysia and Vietnam. Obviously.

The lyrics "No Ali, No Frasier, but for now off to Malaysia" meanwhile were linked to the "Mr Ali' the press have been referring to for one of the two Iranian passengers – despite Malaysian authorities having confirmed the 19-year-old is actually called Pouria Nourmohammadi.

"This song is related to the mh370 incident.. OMG!!!" one mind-blown commenter wrote."

So are the lyrics mere coincidence? Of course they are.


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