Someone over at the Central Intelligence Agency is having way too much fun with the official CIA Twitter account, which turned one month old Monday.
The government agency posted responses to "five burning questions" that have been lobbed its way since it joined Twitter and started being bombarded.
Namely ... where is Tupac Shakur?!
The fate of the rapper, who was gunned down in September 1996 (or not, according to Suge Knight), has long been a lightning rod for conspiracy theorists.
It's been the subject of a fascinatingly unsolved FBI investigation, several documentaries, endless hip hop fan speculation and even jokes by President Obama.
Sadly, the CIA's got nothing.
"No, we don't know where Tupac is. #twitterversary," the agency tweeted to cap off its five-question session, which also included some other gems:
No, the CIA cannot send you your password, so don't even bother asking for it, and no, Ellen DeGeneres, they will not be following you back on Twitter.
Although, a joint Ellen-CIA selfie would be gold ... so let's do that.
Topics such as JFK, Marilyn Monroe, Area 51, 9-11, Benghazi, and whether President Obama likes to watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians online?
Like the whereabouts of Bigge and Tupac, forever unanswered.