Chris Rock, an actor and comedian known for his controversial jokes, may be stepping behind the mic.
Rock, 48, has dropped some major hints that he's set to appear on a track for Eminem's upcoming album -- and now, a photo that he posted on his official WhoSay account is sending people into a frenzy (See photo below).
The "Grown Ups" actor appeared on Fuse TV earlier in the week, suggesting that he may have collaborated with the famed rapper for a song.
After being asked what he was doing with Eminem in the studio -- and confirming that it was in fact the Detroit rapper in the blurry WhoSay photo -- he gave a very ambiguous answer.
"Uh, I can't really say," he said in the interview. "Hey, hey, I was on the Kanye [West] record; maybe I'm on the Eminem record. You never know."
Rock made a brief cameo appearance on West's critically acclaimed album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The comedian appeared on the song, "Blame Game," which featured vocals by John Legend as well as a profane, comedic skit by Rock at the end.
Aside from the interview, Rock hasn't spoke publicly regarding the rumor. The release date for Eminem's highly-anticipated album has also yet to be announced.
The WhoSay photo, which he posted on May 7, was simply captioned: "In the studio with Em don't sleep."
(Pictured: ABOVE -- Chris Rock appears in a scene from Fuse's television series, 'United States of Hip Hop,' on May 13, 2013. / BELOW -- Chris Rock appears in a photo he posted on his official WhoSay page on May 7, 2013.)
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