Posted by , Jun 26, 2016 at 12:33pm
Kanye tweets and deletes encouragement for legal action to be taken against his new video.

It doesn't happen too often that Kanye West deletes a tweet. His controversial "BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!" post is still up in all its confusing glory, but one of the rapper's more recent thoughts regarding his conversation-starting "Famous" video has not lived such a long life.

"Can somebody sue me already#I'llwait" he wrote Saturday, likely referring to the possibility that one of the many celebrities depicted in the video could be drawing up a lawsuit. So far, there's been no word of that actually happening, but of course, it could happen, and Ye (or those close to him), have probably realized that encouraging legal action might not be the best idea.

In case you somehow missed it, Kanye's new video features a collection of celebrities depicted nude in bed (represented as wax-like figures), including Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, Chris Brown, and Rihanna. The video can be viewed exclusively on Tidal. Check out a screencap of Ye's tweet above.

Kanye West Deletes "Can Somebody Sue Me Already" Tweet Regarding "Famous" Video

Kanye tweets and deletes encouragement for legal action to be taken against his new video.


It doesn't happen too often that Kanye West deletes a tweet. His controversial "BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!" post is still up in all its confusing glory, but one of the rapper's more recent thoughts regarding his conversation-starting "Famous" video has not lived such a long life.

"Can somebody sue me already#I'llwait" he wrote Saturday, likely referring to the possibility that one of the many celebrities depicted in the video could be drawing up a lawsuit. So far, there's been no word of that actually happening, but of course, it could happen, and Ye (or those close to him), have probably realized that encouraging legal action might not be the best idea.

In case you somehow missed it, Kanye's new video features a collection of celebrities depicted nude in bed (represented as wax-like figures), including Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, Chris Brown, and Rihanna. The video can be viewed exclusively on Tidal. Check out a screencap of Ye's tweet above.

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