Kanye West Currently #TrollingStone on Twitter

Kanye and the internet joined forces again. This time he’s making headlines and lots of waves with help from rapper Tyler, The Creator rather than Wiz Khalifa. He posted to twitter an image Tyler had created of Kanye on the cover of Rolling Stone. When Kanye credited the photography session to Tyler, things seemed to make sense (like the nonsensical question for Yeezus, “Does he like mustard?”). But it also caused the internet to lose it’s collective cat meme and dick joke saturated mind.  


When the news hit Rolling Stone’s doorstep they had to kill the buzz. Like an old man yelling at those darn kids to get off his lawn, Rolling Stone tweeted at the internet freak out:  “While we love Kanye, and have many mustard-related questions for him, this is not an actual cover of Rolling Stone.”

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Kanye, not hip to others not finding him to be the Da Vinci of our time, tweeted back at the mag: “I bet you this still becomes the cover though…Let’s do another poll…..#trollingstone.” to which nearly everyone who is dying to find out the truth and needs to know DOES Ye like mustard? And if so which kind? Is he a Dijon kind of guy? What does he put mustard on? voted an astounding “YES”.

Billboard made headlines of this incident immediately. And Ye immediately fired right back at Billboard: “Aye Billboard you could use the term ‘unauthorized’ but never refer to anything that me and Tyler do as fake out of respect to musicians…”

This will surely go down as the most interesting Kanye related thing to happen on the internet (#FingersInTheBootyAssB**ch) right?

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