Wyclef Jean’s anti-gun video 'April Showers' was released in April without fanfare, but apparently, the clip was pulled from YouTube over a grisly photo of Tupac Shakur’s autopsy.

According to TMZ, author Cathy Scott, who wrote the 1997 book 'The Killing of Tupac Shakur,' had the clip removed because she claims they used the infamous picture of the late rapper’s corpse from her book.

However, Tupac Shakur impersonator Richard Garcia has come forward and stated that's it was him in the video. He told TMZ that he was on the slab with his skin cut up, which took 8 hours of make-up to recreate.

Although Scott had the video banned from YouTube -- it was only temporarily. The director of the video, Hezues R', agreed to give the journalist credit at the end of the clip. So now the visual will go back on the popular video channel.

If you haven’t seen Wyclef’s video you can view it below.

Watch Wyclef Jean's Video 'April Showers' Feat. Troy Ave & Sedeck Jean