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We all remember the tragic death of Cincinnati Zoo gorilla Harambe.
The 17 year-old gorilla's death caused an internet frenzy.
People were upset and took to Twitter to cope by posting memes.
The term "RIP Harambe" was once said by every teenager and people meant it.
Some fans even wore shirts honoring Harambe's passing.
Well, Tesla and Space X's CEO Elon Musk brought back the 2016 internet meme.
He dropped a song titled "RIP Harambe" sung by other rappers to honor the fallen gorilla.
Musk claims his record label "Emo G" rejected the song.
Yes, the supposed label is a play on the word emoji.
We see you Elon Musk.
Check out the song below.