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  • After Neil deGrasse Tyson tried to convince B.o.B. in a series of tweets that the Earth is round, the rapper dropped this diss track aimed at the physicist. Released on SoundCloud on January 26, 2016, the song expresses B.O.B's flat-earth beliefs and includes a clip of Tyson discussing the formation of our planet. The rapper also references other conspiracy theories, such as Holocaust denial, reptilians, and the indoctrination of young people by Freemasons.
  • Tyson and his nephew responded a day later with their own diss track titled "Flat to Fact."
  • B.o.B included the song on a mixtape titled E.A.R.T.H. (Educational Avatar Reality Training Habitat), released on April 22, 2016 (Earth Day). The lyrics were changed following criticism of the original track and it was re-titled "Flatline Pt.2."
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