The legendary rap crew Wu-Tang Clan has always inspired obsessive devotion from fans, but the Lieberman family may have just taken Wu-love to the next level.
On Sunday, Wu-Tang rapper Raekwon tweeted the below photo with a caption reading, "This is live, family named their twins Raekwon & Ghostface!! #wutang4thebabies"
Little Rae and Ghostie quickly became Internet sensations, with some expressing hope that the whole thing is a hoax, and others pointing out that the new parents thankfully didn't choose "Killah" for Ghostface's middle name.
Thankfully, the Liebermans didn't have triplets. No kid should have to go through life with a name like GZA or Old Dirty Bastard.
There's been plenty of online debate as to whether or not the Liebermans are simply pulling an elaborate prank. Whatever the case, it seems that Raekwon is either in on the joke or believes that the birth certificates are legit.
This isn't the first time that The Wu has been associated with some very questionable behavior from fans and hangers-on.
North West. The spawn of Kimye being named after a direction may be the dumbest thing in human history. At the same time, if she doesn't grow up to have a signature fragrance called North by North West, this is not a planet we wanna be living on.
Not only did she torture us with The Reader, Kate Winslet is making her newborn's life terrible with Bear as his name. Alicia Silverstone chose this name too. And she chews up Bear's food for him, which is also interesting.
Blanket Jackson is not actually the name of the youngest child of Michael Jackson. It's Prince Michael Jackson II ... not to be confused with Prince Michael Jackson I (also pictured). As for his nickname, he was wearing a Blanket while MJ dangled him over a balcony. Good times.
Banjo, the son of Rachel Griffiths and Andrew Taylor, is not only named after a musical instrument, but probably the most absurd one to name a kid after you could think of. With the possible exception of oboe.