Bray Wyatt was having his own fun well before Firefly Funhouse
On Saturday, Wyatt took to Twitter to reveal that he'd actually hidden a message across several promos back in 2015. He said that a sentence in each promo didn't belong, and online speculation began.
You can see his tweet below, which was retweeted over a thousand times.
Fun game time!— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) May 4, 2019
Bet you didn’t know that in 2015 I did 8 consecutive (backstage) promos where one sentence didn’t belong in each of them. But together they make up a secret message, no one ever found it. --
You guys never look hard enough.
First one to get it wins a prize!
Thus far it doesn't appear as anyone has cracked the code. One fan suggested to Wyatt that it was all a hoax, which Wyatt vehemently denied. He also drew a comparison to Tool.
It took years before a brilliant fan found the Fibonacci sequence within a TOOL album. I have been patient, and you are incorrect.— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) May 5, 2019
You can hear Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan discuss the Fibonacci sequence below.