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We spend a lot of time on Google.

From verifying bio information, searching for photos, and generally checking in on the day-to-day happenings of the internets, Google is an invaluable tool.

We recently saw a hilarious blog post on Oh No They Didn’t where they used Google’s auto-complete feature to find out what people are searching for on Google in regards to certain celebs. Being the shameless (your words, dearest commenters, not ours) internet workers that we are, we jacked their idea and decided to find out what Google “thinks” about some of our most popular subjects…


What Google Thinks Of Kanye West

Everyone has strong opinions on Kanye West…. including Google.

What Google Thinks Of Jay-Z

Looks like Google fell for that Illuminati/Freemason talk too. But Jay-Z being dead is news to us. Say it ain’t so, Jigga!

What Google Thinks Of Lil Wayne

Apparently Weezy’s dead too. And Haitian or Dominican.

What Google Thinks Of Lil Kim

Damn, Google. If you ain’t got nothin nice to say, don’t say nothin’ at all, though Kim does display ho-ish tendencies, and does look she’s on that Michael Jackson…… #we’rejustsayin

What Google Thinks Of Rihanna

Rihanna’s not fat, by any stretch of the imagination. An idiot? Well she did date Chris Brown…

What Google Thinks Of Rick Ross

Is Rick Ross haitian? Can anyone confirm that for us? But we’re not questioning most of the rest of this list. Even Officer Ricky knows he’s fat.

What Google Thinks Of Diddy

Ok, this one made us laugh. Diddy is poison? Who’s searching for that? G-Dep?

What Google Thinks Of Fantasia

We were hoping for something a little more salacious than this. Is Fantasia broke though? Somebody let us know what’s up with that.

What Google Thinks Of 50 Cent

50 Cent is the future? 50 is the past. Whoever searched “50 Cent Is Over” was spot on.

What Google Thinks Of Wu-Tang

Word to ODB!

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