Tupac Twitter: Hologram Gets Its Own Account, Starts Spouting Lyrics (GRAPHIC LANGUAGE)

04/17/2012 03:51 pm ET | Updated Apr 19, 2012

Tupac Shakur has been brought back to life -- not just in the form of a hologram, but through a fictional Twitter account channeling the specter's voice and personality.

The account, which already has over 23,000 followers, was created just hours after the hologram's Sunday performance at Coachella. It features a mix of jokes about the hologram's virtual existence, insults directed at other holograms and bits of lyrical wisdom from Tupac's rap songs.

In this tweet, Tupac asks Suge Knight, co-founder of Death Row Records, for money to keep the lights on. The $1.4 million figure is a reference to the money that Knight posted for Tupac's bond when he was incarcerated in 1995. Soon after bail was posted, Tupac agreed to sign up with Death Row Records.

This tweet acknowledges Tupac's claim in his 1998 song "Changes" that the United States "ain't ready to see a black president."

In a reference to his uplifting 1993 anthem "Keep Ya Head Up," a song celebrating black womanhood and his own mother, Hologram Tupac tweets this message to singer Rihanna:

Rihanna has been the subject of gossip lately because of tweets suggesting that she is getting back together with singer Chris Brown, who severely beat her in March 2009. The song lyrics include this advice: "And when he tells you you ain't nothing don't believe him / And if he can't learn to love you you should leave him / 'Cause sister you don't need him."

Take a look at the funniest tweets from Hologram Tupac's twitter account and see how celebrities reacted on Twitter to the Tupac hologram at Coachella on Sunday.

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