Report REVEALS What Jussie Smith Did Right Before Fake Hate Crime Attack!

When people plan something as involved as the hoax hate crime attack that was instigated by Empire actor Jussie Smith, they don’t start thinking about it and planning it a half hour beforehand.

That’s something that takes a little bit of planning or comes from some kind of inspiration. Nobody just comes up with that idea cold.

It’s something that for all of the moving parts that appear to have been in play at the time that the farce took place that this was at the very least an idea that occurred earlier in the day.

What’s sad about it is that while it did admittedly take some amount of planning there was so little thought taken to any contingencies or explaining certain small details that nobody involved thought to figure out what happened if those situations came up.

Hours before he was allegedly attacked in Chicago, Jussie Smollett reportedly participated in a reading of a play in New York City that was similar to the alleged attack.

“He had been in New York City for a reading of the play Take Me Out, with sources telling that Smollett was being considered to appear in a possible revival of the Tony-winning production about a biracial baseball star who comes out as gay,” The Daily Mail reported. “The script for that play finds the lead character being attacked by a new pitcher who joins the team. That character uses the same racial slurs Smollett told police his attackers screamed at him, including ‘f****t’ and ‘n****r.'”

Local Chicago media reported on Monday that sources indicated that they believe that Smollett orchestrated the attack on himself because there was not a “bigger reaction” to an allegedly racist letter that he received a week before the attack.

The latest developments in the Smollett case come after the case turned a corner late last week. CBS Chicago reported on Saturday:

Sources told CBS 2 News that Smollett paid the two men $3,500 to stage the attack in Streeterville. The brothers, seen on surveillance video near the scene of the alleged attack, told investigators Smollett directed them to buy the rope used in the incident, and paid for the purchase at Crafty Beaver Hardware Store in Ravenswood days before the incident.

The brothers, who were questioned by police last week before being released, were paid $3,500 before leaving for Nigeria and were promised an additional $500 upon their return.

They left for Nigeria later in the day on Jan. 29, after the attack.

A report from The Blast on Monday indicated that FBI officials are still investigating who was behind the letter that Smollett received at the Fox studio where “Empire” is recorded.

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