The Confederate flag has become a hot-button topic of late in America.
For many, it represents the deep racial divide in the States and its use signifies how the country hasn't moved on from its shameful past.
For those who defend it, the Confederate flag is a symbol of pride. Either way, the flag is being phased out in Georgia, a former Confederate state that's had a fair share of trouble in the past.
However, the Stone Mountain monument is next on the block. The 825-foot rock face has the visages of Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis, all of them Confederate leaders.
Taking down a flag is one thing, but removing a monument such as this is something else.
There's a compromise already in the works. Artist Mack Williams has come up with a solution to Stone Mountain's ignominious past - put the faces of Big Boi and Andre 3000 on it.
The hip-hop legends, who hail from Georgia, are local heroes and have amassed huge careers in the world of music - something Mack and 11,000 signatories of his petition feel is worthy of memorialising.
In his proposal, Mack outlines how he believes "that Daddy Fat Sacks and Three Stacks should be carved riding in a Cadillac (as is their wont). This will help the new carving blend nicely with the Confederates who are on horseback."
"Outkast are two of the greatest Georgians in the history of our state. It’s about time the Empire State of the South paid proper tribute to them, while also improving a great monument and tourist attraction."
We couldn't agree more. In fact, there should be a button nearby that, when you push it, it plays Aquemini in full.
You can sign the petition right heeyor whilst listening to one of the greatest hip-hop songs ever written, if you fancy.