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IN Celebrities ON 09 Apr, 2016
Even social media sites are platforms for government offices to disseminate information, share case details, and whatever that floats their boat. But as part of the community, they opt to make remarks that may sound odd or terrible, just for the sake of fun, and sometimes, even outside of their mandates. Apparently, there's something about their remarks that made their followers a bit worried or disturbed, or feel happy.
In case you were not able to catch it up, CIA of the United States of America tweeted something odd, at least.
If you would come to think of it, why did they say such tweet? Clueless at first, right?
And it's their Tweetversary, what would you expect. That may be an April Fool's day for them. Tupac Shakur was 'announced dead' twenty years ago!
Somewhere in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Conspiracy theorists say that Tupac is not really dead. As he's very rich and powerful in his genre, he can cover up himself with this kind of news.
Randomly, people were able to take images which looks like they've spotted Shakur. Weird.
Some were entertained, some despised CIA's 'unprofessionalism'.
Differently, they did not make a firm remark .You guys are so funny! You really make people get confused.
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