Neil deGrasse-Tyson blesses a flat-earth rap diss
When you’ve ever gone deep sufficient down a Wikipedia or YouTube gap, you already know one thing that many individuals do not: there are a selection of individuals on the earth who consider the Earth is flat. Just lately rapper B.o.B. (Airplanes Pt. II, Nothin’ on You) tweeted his theories in help of this — and in addition that there’s a large cloning conspiracy happening. His tweets drew sufficient consideration to garner a response from astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, resulting in an inevitable professional-flat-earth diss monitor from B.o.B. In fact, that merited a response in sort, with Neil’s nephew (rapping underneath the identify Tyson) dropping ‘Flat-to-Reality‘ this afternoon.
It is reusing the naming and beat from Drake’s diss in the direction of Meek Mill, though I do not assume the standard of the bars is excessive sufficient to encourage any videogame spinoffs. You’ll be able to take heed to each tracks right here, and whereas the battle was type of over earlier than it began (because the Earth is not flat, which you’ll be able to show with a primary software of math and/or physics), it is no shock that SoundCloud thinks its the actual winner.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) January 26, 2016
Lots of people are turned off by the phrase “flat earth” … however there is no method u can see all of the proof and never know… develop up
— B.o.B (@bobatl) January 25, 2016
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