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Another Day, Another Tupac Conspiracy Theory.

It’s the 22nd anniversary of Tupac’s death, and some folks are still finding it hard to believe he’s actually gone. In fact, conspiracy theorist Michael Nice claims to have a “new photo” [insert hard side-eye here] of the late rapper. He also believes that he’ll reveal himself in some way in September 2019.

“If anything should happen to me, that picture will to the world,” he says in a recent YouTube video before holding up an alleged photo of Tupac in Africa. “If that’s not Pac that is the best lookalike I’ve ever seen,” one user writes in the comments.

Y’all know we don’t believe this, but it’s still really amusing. Check out the video for yourself below.

These Are the World’s Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Acts in 2018.

This year, Jay-Z reclaims his throne as Forbes’ highest-paid hip-hop artist, knocking Diddy down to No. 2 (it’s the third year in a row Diddy’s topped the list). Kendrick Lamar joins the ranks of the elite at No. 3 with $58M. And while Drake owned the number two spot last year, this year he comes in at No. 4—just before J.Cole.

Naomi Osaka Says Eminem and Nicki Minaj Helped Her Win the US Open.

What does the US Open champ’s soundtrack look like?

“I’m genuinely more into hip-hop and rap,” 20-year-old Osaka shared with People on Tuesday. “I listened to Nicki Minaj‘s new album [‘Queen’] … And then Eminem dropped a new album so I was switching between those two.”

She’s also got a soft spot for Forbes highest paid hip-hop honoree Kendrick Lamar. Oh, and of course: Beyoncé.

In other news, she also recently revealed to Ellen what Serena Williams whispered to her as the crowd booed at the US Open:

“She said that she was proud of me and that I should know that the crowd wasn’t booing at me. At the time, I did … think that they were booing at me. I couldn’t tell what was going on, because it was just so loud in there. It was a little bit stressful.”

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