A Florida Inmate Is Suing to Keep Kanye West Out of the State
Though beloved by many, Kanye West is a divisive figure above all else. Check the thinly veiled racism of the petition to keep him out of Glastonbury--actually, just refer to the comment section on any article posted about the man. But it seems as if one Florida man has taken things a step further. TMZ reports that a man named Wayne Albright has filed a lawsuit that seeks a temporary restraining order to keep Kanye West and Kim Kardashian out of the state of Florida. The catch, then, is that the man has been serving time behind prison bars since 2000 for attempted sexual assault. Apparently they still get Keeping Up With the Kardashians in jail, however, because Albright praises one family member, Kim's brother Rob, whom he believes is "eating himself out of house and home, no doubt from the shame he feels as a result of what Kim has done to the Kardashian name." Elsewhere in the suit, Albright says that he would like to "ban these two Moose Knuckles from appearing on any television programs aired in the state of Florida, unless it's Court TV and they're on trial for posing as a famous couple."
Kanye West's seventh solo album, So Help Me God, is expected to be released soon. It is preceded by the singles "Only One" and "All Day," the former a tender ballad for his daughter, wife, mother and grandmother, the latter a scathing track featuring St. Paul's Allan Kingdom.