Los Angeles, CA — In a ghostly encounter, Zappa explained how he’s managed to control reality from beyond the grave.

“You know, you hear a guitar solo, getting into it, and suddenly there’s a xylophone. That’s what I’m doing with Earth right now,” he said with a wry smile.

Zappa shared some of the ways he’s orchestrating reality at the moment. He claims responsibility for the rapidly intensifying climate change crisis.

“I thought, ‘what if we turn the heat up a little, watch the icebergs melt, and see how humanity deals with it?'” Zappa mused. “It’s like adding a frenetic saxophone line to an otherwise mellow ballad.”

When asked about the shifting geopolitical power structures, Zappa revealed that he views the world as a complex chess game.

“I’m always looking for ways to make things more interesting. I like to move the pieces around and create a bit of tension and suspense. It’s all about the dynamics, man.”

But perhaps the most perplexing aspect of Zappa’s influence is his role in the meteoric rise of the fast-food chain Chick-fil-A across the United States.

“You see, people love chicken, and they love controversy. I thought, ‘let’s put them together and see what happens.’ It’s like a weird fusion of funk and heavy metal.”

While some may dismiss this revelation as a madman’s dream, others believe that Zappa’s influence on reality is evident in the chaos surrounding us. From the absurd to the terrifying, it appears that Zappa’s avant-garde approach to music has transcended the boundaries of sound and is now shaping the very fabric of our world.

As our interview with the ghost of Frank Zappa came to an end, he left us with one final cryptic message: “I’m just getting started. Reality is my new playground, and you ain’t seen nothing yet.”

Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, it’s hard to deny that our world has taken on an eerie resemblance to a Frank Zappa composition – unpredictable, chaotic, and strangely captivating.