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Outkast’s Big Boi Wins National Siblings Day

The legendary rap group co-founder charmed the socks off of everyone with a tribute to his bandmate Andre 3000

It’s National Sibling Day, but if you thought you and yours were going to be declared The Best, think again. Outkast co-founder Antwan “Big Boi” Patton posted a photo to his Twitter account this afternoon of an old magazine profile of the band, and decisively won National Sibling Day, probably retroactively and possibly henceforth.

The old article features what might be the single most-charming Outkast photo ever taken, showing a black-clad Big Boi alongside bandmate André “André 3000” Benjamin wearing a gloriously loud suit, both of them, basically, winning at life.

“#NationalSiblingsDay my other Brother 3000 #BB3,” Big Boi wrote about the pic.

Outkast haven’t recorded together since 2006’s “Idlewild” soundtrack, though the duo did reunite for a 40-festival world tour in 2014. Which is to say, it’s a damned shame it’s been so long, but at least it’s clear Boi still considers 3000 one of his closest friends.

Hey, here’s an idea. Why not celebrate #nationalSiblingDay 2018 with the surprise-release of a new Outkast album?