Ice Cube is shutting down Internet rumors about a “Friday” remake.

For months now, a Facebook page that claims to be ran by the actor’s son O’Shea Jackson Jr. has been promoting an upcoming “Last Friday” film. Several photos posted on the page showed O’Shea and Atlanta comedian D.C. Young Fly starring in the film as Craig and Smokey.

Cube finally caught wind of the fake page and took to Twitter to set the record straight.

But just when fans almost lost all hope of another installment of “Friday” ever seeing the light of day, Cube says there is still a possibility.

“We had a meeting. Can’t do Last Friday unless we can do it right. Ball is in New Line Cinema’s hands. Bat is in mine,” Cube tweeted yesterday.

“Friday” was released in 1995 and was a box office success after grossing $27.5 million from a $3 million dollar budget. The sequels “Next Friday” and “Friday After Next” came out in 2000 and 2002, respectively.

Like everyone else, we’re praying and wishing that Ice Cube releases another “Friday” film. We just hope he can get Chris Tucker to agree to take part in it.

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