Kanye West Trolls Rolling Stone With Fake Cover, Reckons It Will Be Real Soon

Kanye West has decided to troll Twitter today by tweeting out a Rolling Stone cover that turned out to be fake.

Yeezy tweeted the cover shot by Tyler The Creator with a headline, “Does he like Mustard?” but Rolling Stone was forced to take to Twitter to deny that it was the cover.

“While we love Kanye, and have many mustard-related questions for him, this is not an actual cover of Rolling Stone,” they wrote.

For most it would stop here but not for Kanye. He’s now decided that it actually should be the cover of Rolling Stone and further tweeted, “I bet you this still becomes the cover though.” He also hashtagged what is surely the hashtag of the year so far, #trollingstone.

There is now a poll running on his Twitter asking whether it should actually be the cover. At the time of writing 55 per cent think yes, it should be.

It’s not like being on the cover of the iconic magazine is something Yeezy has yet to tick of his to-do list. He covered the mag in 2006 with a crown of thorns on his head, referencing the biblical movie The Passion Of The Christ.

For the record, we’re hoping he does nab the cover. It seems like the only way we will get an answer as to whether or not he likes mustard.

Kanye has been so vocal about everything and anything lately that you may have forgotten he’s releasing his new album So Help Me God Swish Waves on 11th February.

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