Kanye West Plans to Use Photo of His Late Mother’s Surgeon as Cover of New Album
Kanye West has been opening up like crazy on Twitter in the past two weeks, sharing everything from random musings, album release dates and controversial political views. West recently revealed what he plans to use for the cover of his forthcoming album, which he previously announced will drop on June 1.
On Saturday (April 28), 'Ye continued his Twitter takeover. He got the people talking once again when he posted a screenshot of a text conversation about the artwork for his new LP.
"This my album cover. This plastic surgeon Jan Adams. The person who performed my mom's final surgery," he typed "Do you have any title ideas...I want to forgive and stop hating."
The person he was corresponding with, "Wes," suggested "LOVE EVERYONE" as the title, to which Kanye responded, "I Love That."
"I think this is exactly what you should use," Wes added. "Love love love love. I'm so tired of saying and thinking the word hate."
Kanye's mother Donda West succumbed to heart disease on Nov. 10, 2007 following post-operation complications after she underwent liposuction, breast reduction surgery and a tummy tuck. A coroner was unable to conclude whether mistakes by Adams contributed to Donda's death. However, records show he had a history of malpractice lawsuits. Kanye clearly put some of the blame on Adams, but from his comments it looks like he is ready to forgive.
In related news, Kanye plans to launch a new program by the name of Donda Social, an initiative that plans to assist Chicago residents in need. Kanye recently dropped the track "'Ye vs. the People" which may be a single off his new album.
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