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Coolio Recorded ‘Futurama’ Revival Cameo as Kwanzaa-bot Weeks Before Death

 "Futurama" leader maker David X. Cohen let TMZ know that the rapper repeated his job as Kwanzaa-bot for the revival, in any event, recording some new music as the person.

Aficionados of the series will review that Kwanzaa-bot was the partner to Robot St Nick and the Chanukah Zombie. Consistently he zoom all over the planet disseminating a book called "What on earth is Kwanza [sic]?"

He initially showed up in the Season 4 episode "A Story of Two Santas" and again in the Season 7 episode "The Futurama Occasion Fabulous." He likewise made a cameo in the "Futurama" film "Drinking spree's Enormous Score."

"Coolio was one of my number one visitors," Cohen said. "He was in every case absolutely energetic and really appreciated coming in to record as his personality Kwanzaa-bot." Cohen likewise said that the episode in which Coolio seems will be committed to him.

As recently detailed, Coolio imploded at a companion's home in Los Angeles on Sept. 28. Paramedics endeavored to restore him however without much of any result.

The "Futurama" revival was first arranged at Hulu back in February. The web-based feature gave the series a 20-episode request. The first cast of the series will return for the revival, however John DiMaggio, who voices Drinking spree, was not connected from the start. He expressed via web-based entertainment that he felt the cast should have been paid something else for the new episodes, making the hashtag #Bendergate. He declared that he had re-joined the series in Spring.


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