Luther Vandross, an iconic R&B singer, and Master P, a legendary rapper and successful entrepreneur, are both well-known in their respective music genres.

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However, an unexpected occurrence took place when people searched for Luther Vandross on Google, only to find a picture of Master P as the first image result.

This uncommon situation has caused significant buzz on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, with numerous users debating and sharing their thoughts.

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One user tweeted, “Google stop playing with Luther Vandross life before I smack the shxt outta you 😒”

“I just refuse to believe that none on this entire planet has reached out to Google to let them know that this is not Luther Vandross! Am I missing something? I have been howling every since I saw it. I can’t stop laughing!”, another user tweeted.

One user wrote, “yall please go and Google “Luther Vandross” before they change it 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂”

Several users blasted Google for the mishap. One user wrote, “I wonder if the ppl at google really get up on there and play around on purpose because WHY TF is there a pic of Master P when you google Luther Vandross”

Luther Ronzoni Vandross Jr. was a well-known American singer, composer, and record producer who lived from April 20, 1951, to July 1, 2005. He was renowned for his captivating and soulful voice, enjoyed tremendous success during his career, and sold more than 40 million records worldwide. 

His remarkable accomplishments include eleven consecutive Platinum albums and eight Grammy Awards, with four wins in the category of Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. 

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In 2004, Vandross won four Grammy Awards, including the prestigious Song of the Year award for his moving song “Dance with My Father,” which was written and recorded just before he died in 2005 at the age of 54.