He's for real. On Monday, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear berated people filing for unemployment under fake names, who he said were slowing down the process at a time when 24 percent of the state's workforce has made jobless claims. Specifically he ridiculed an application under the name of late rap legend Tupac Shakur — but it turns out 46-year-old Tupac Shakur, a cook in Lexington, really was waiting on his check. Beshear later called Shakur personally to apologize, and the state is now processing his claim.