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(The Root) -- Kanye's sixth studio album, Yeezus, was released on Tuesday, but the Internet has been buzzing about it since it leaked last week. One song in particular, "Blood on the Leaves," made a particularly big splash. It samples Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit," a haunting song about the epidemic of lynching in the American South. My Twitter buddy @steenfox called my attention to an interesting phenomenon concerning this track.

As people do with their favorite songs, many on Twitter have been tweeting a portion of the song's refrain: "Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees." The only problem is that a healthy helping of people have clearly never heard the original. There's no strange fruit hanging from their poplar trees -- but their poppy trees, papa trees and popple trees are teeming.

Here are 17 people who have no idea what they're talking about.

— Binh Nguyen (@BinhVan93) June 17, 2013
— Andrew (@LiveLoveAndrew) June 18, 2013
— Stay In your Lane (@Anrkiss) June 18, 2013
— Gordon Gee (@Zeus_3k) June 18, 2013
— Malik John (@thatwageO_O) June 18, 2013
— KRIT (@Camacho1217) June 18, 2013
— Man of the yeah! (@NojeebdonGuru) June 18, 2013
— Uomo D'onore (@RickyRischard) June 16, 2013
— Defiant Dizzy Dice (@defiantdaniel) June 18, 2013
— Sweetness (@i_dRipSweets) June 18, 2013
— Savage Campaign (@C3_Savage) June 18, 2013
— Faddy On The Beat (@DaddyFaddy_) June 18, 2013
— ☀ Sunshine ☀ (@xela_thiel) June 16, 2013
— Sunny Patel (@24sunnydays) June 16, 2013
— Tyler Diderich (@TDiderich) June 18, 2013
— Seed of Satan™ (@TheWorldFollows) June 18, 2013
— Joseline Petrilleaux (@SheSeauxSaditty) June 17, 2013