By Laura Vitelli
Romana Didulo is known for making false or otherwise tenuous claims to legitimacy. All of the available evidence suggests that this letter is fake.
A tweet sharing a post by QAnon influencer Romana Didulo, posted to her official Telegram channel, is circulating online. It claims to show a letter from the President of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club offering the club’s services as a security detail.
Romana Didulo, who emerged as an influencer within QAnon conspiracy circles in 2021, is known for promoting conspiracy theories and claiming to be the rightful Queen of Canada and, more recently, Queen of the World. Didulo and her supporters claim that her title was granted to her by the same forces that QAnon supporters believe to be fighting the “deep state” in the U.S.
There are several reasons why this letter is almost certainly fake. Firstly, Hells Angels (and other similar groups) are not known for their eager willingness to submit themselves to governmental organizations, regardless of the veracity of their claims to legitimacy.
Secondly, it is unknown whether there is a current “national president” (or equivalent) of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club in Canada. The most recent known leading figure of the club’s Canadian chapter is Wolodumir “Walter” Stadnick, a figure little-known to the wider public.
Finally, as Twitter user @_llebrun pointed out, the signature given at the bottom of the letter not only does not accompany a print name (as is customary for notes of this sort) but is, in fact, identical to the signature of Bill Kaulitz, lead singer of the German pop-rock band Tokio Hotel. Kaulitz’s signature is easily found at the bottom of his Wikipedia page.
Romana Didulo is known for making false claims, and there is no evidence the letter is real. Therefore, we have marked the claim as false.