An eerily realistic hologram of The Notorious B.I.G. debuted at Brooklyn Chop House in Brooklyn, New York this weekend, and so far rap fans don’t really know how to feel.
The hologram was created by Proto Inc., a “holoportation” company that allows figures to “beam” themselves to a location where they can’t physically be present. Diddy serves as an advisor to the startup according to Black Enterprise, so it’s likely he had a hand in developing the Biggie hologram, which has the internet stressed out.
“That Biggie hologram is creepy,” wrote one distressed fan on Twitter. Another called the hologram “weird” and asked the creators to, “Let that man rest in peace.”
While the hologram may be distressing, this is hardly the first time rap has virtually dabbled in holo projections. During 2012’s Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Dr. Dre brought with him a hologram of 2Pac Shakur, who gave a full performance and dazzled the crowd. It was so realistic it even featured the late legend’s signature tattoos.