WARNING: Don't Click Suge Knight Posts

The latest spamware spreading across Facebook promises video about Suge Knight murdering Tupac Shakur, but only delivers a survey that earns the spammer a commission if you complete it.

No matter how much a Facebook post about Tupac Shakur’s murder piques your curiosity, don’t click on it — especially not if the item says “Suge Knight arrested” and lists an application on the site as its origin.

The latest spamware spreading across the social network appears to have two different names, Tupac Murdered and Suge Knight Killed Tupac. Both promise videos you’ll never see and only lead you through a series of clicks to a survey that earns the spammer a commission if you complete the thing.

This spamware appears to have gotten started during Friday happy hour over at Facebook, a time that seems to give the spammers an advantage: Even after our friends at Facecrooks pointed out this scheme last night, it’s still spreading unchecked.

Have you seen this particular spamware show up on your friends’ walls or newsfeeds? Has anyone reported it to Facebook yet?