Kanye West Tweeted Out His New Album Cover And It Will Legit Shock You

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - JUNE 05:  Kayne West performs at the 2016 Hot 97 Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium on June 5, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Manny Carabel/FilmMagic) *** Local Caption *** Kayne West

Kanye West Tweeted Out His New Album Cover And It Will Legit Shock You

Seriously, we're still scratching out heads.

Published April 28, 2018

Say what you will about Kanye West, but no one can deny that his recent actions on Twitter are making people talk.

  1. From his Donald Trump cosign to his newest song with T.I., ‘Ye’s turning the social media platform upside down. Now, we're getting the supposed cover art for his forthcoming album, and uh, it’s got the Internet questioning his motives once again.

    The Chicago-based rapper/producer just tweeted out a screenshot of a text message conversation. Within it is a picture of Jan Adams, the plastic surgeon who performed his mother's final surgery.

    Donda West passed away in 2007 from heart disease and postoperative complications after plastic surgery. As ‘Ye explains it, he wants to make the photo of Adams his cover art in order to forgive him.

  2. "I want to forgive and stop hating," ‘Ye wrote in the text dialog between him and Wes, who many believe is collaborator Wes Lang. It’s the latest example of Kanye’s attempts to forgive and an extension of his love versus hate mantra he’s been pushing.

    "I think this is exactly what you should use," Wes says. "Love love love love. I'm so tired of saying and thinking the word hate.

    "It's wild man,” he continues. “After the night I came by your house and talked, I've been forgetting and forgiving and only thinking about loving people. That was an important talk for me."

    Of course Twitter gave their thoughts about the supposed artwork. See what they had to say below.

  3. Some weren't feeling it...
  4. Others thought it was a good idea
  5. What do you think about Kanye West's new album cover? Let us know in the comment section below.

Written by Paul Meara

Photo: Manny Carabel/FilmMagic

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