Lee Ryan claims the devil controls governments and people will be implanted with microchips in bizarre rant

Blue singer Lee Ryan took to his Instagram account to share some bizarre conspiracy theories, claiming that the devil controls governments and people will be implanted with microchips.

The 36 year old shared an Instagram post which showed an image of a hand being implanted with a microchip, next to an X-ray showing the chip.

In his caption, Lee claimed that people will be implanted with chips amid the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.

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He wrote: “This is the mark of the beast – 666 – this will be the next step of governments world wide.

"Sorry to post this s**t but it’s true. I just wanna spread the word so people know the truth of what’s coming…."

The Celebs Go Dating star, who has claimed to have seen aliens in the past, also shared a post about the new 5G mobile networks.

He wrote: "'And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads.

"And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.' Apocalypse 13 16…" [sic]

Some of Lee’s followers were confused by his bizarre posts, with many questioning if his account had been hacked.

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One person commented: "Are you okay? Have you been hacked?"

Another wrote: "Has your account been hacked, or have you just lost the plot?"

A third person wrote: “Guys, I think he's been hacked, there's a really random post on his story, so ignore any messages you get from him and don't open them”, but Lee himself replied to deny he had been hacked, writing: “Nope.”

Lee also shared a post on his Instagram stories on which he wrote: “5g… that’s all I’m saying…”

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