Kanye West After Sharing “Famous” Video With The World: “Can Somebody Sue Me Already”

No lawsuits yet.

June 25, 2016

Kanye West's "Famous" video, which premiered worldwide on TIDAL and live in Los Angeles, last night, is controversial to say the least. The clip largely consists of naked images of likenesses of celebrities ranging from George W. Bush to Taylor Swift. Many speculated about the legality of the video, and Kanye has a response: "Can somebody sue me already #I'llwait," he tweeted this afternoon. So far, Chris Brown has been the only one to respond publicly out of the celebrity likenesses featured in the video.

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The FADER has reached out to representatives for every person featured in the video; A source close to Anna Wintour confirmed that it was her likeness used in the video. Representatives for other individuals featured were not immediately available for comment.

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