Published on June 3rd, 2012 | by Jon Tanners0
Kanye West Records Sequel to 808s and Heartbreak After Reading Series of Hurtful YouTube Comments
SCOTLAND – After reading defamatory Youtube comments on his recent video for “Lost In The World,” dejected rapper Kanye West has locked himself in a Scottish castle to record the follow-up to his 2008 album 808s and Heartbreak.
The announcement of the new album came after Mr. West fired a barrage of over a 1000 tweets in 10 minutes, directly addressing fans with negative things to say about his latest work of art.
Many of the comments, from critics such as “realnigga22,” “Ballerina1,” “killakidq94,” and “BleachedAsshole69″ have been brutal, relentless insults which Mr. West may never recover from.
Bootyjuicenigga, alleges: “Stop sampling bon iver.”
Another, from socrkid95, says “thumbs up if you’re not listening to this pathetic trash in 2012.”
Shocked by the negative response to his video, West addressed his haters:
The video, which drew inspiration from “The Rite of Spring,” Aziz Ansari, and a modern couch West saw in Sweden, is rumored to be the first in a series of visuals that West described in another tweet:
West intends to release the album in a few months, billing it as “an experiment in auto-tuned silence, curated by Alexander McQueen.” Sources claim that members of Kanye’s camp are too frightened to inform the rapper that Alexander McQueen is, in fact, dead.