Rapper B.o.B takes to Twitter to try to prove that Earth is flat

Is The Earth Really Flat?
Is The Earth Really Flat?



Rapper B.o.B, known for such hits as "Airplanes" and "Nothin' On You," is convinced that Earth is flat (not round), and he wants his millions of Twitter followers to know it.

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Not only does he think that centuries of scientific proof are completely inaccurate, but he also thinks that NASA -- or, as he calls the organization, "Never A Straight Answer" -- is involved in a vast conspiracy to lie to millions about the truth behind our planet's geometric truth.

His Twitter rant started on Sunday when he posted a dimly lit photo of a sunset saying, "The cities in the background are approx. 16miles apart... where is the curve ? please explain this."

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His lengthy series thoughts spans over 40 tweets in which he uses everything from graphics, photos, illustrations and "facts" to backup his beliefs. A few times, he also calls out GoPro and its suspiciously curved lenses that he somehow thinks contribute to the years-long lie to millions of people.

Scroll through the gallery below to read through B.o.B's argument as to why the Earth is flat and not, well, round:

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