Bobby Brown Wants to Slap Kanye West for 'Daytona' Cover

Rosalie Gross
June 2, 2018

I won't pretend to know exactly what's going on with Kanye, and the vulnerability he's already displayed in his music convinced me years ago that he's just a regular human.

Brown continued, "He needs somebody to slap him up or something".

Kanye West premiered his new album, "Ye", on Thursday night in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with a small group of celebrities, music industry power players and journalists.

At the end of the track, Yeezy references bipolar disorder again, where he raps: "That's why I f**k with Ye / That's my third person / That's my bipolar s**t, n***a what?" Pusha T, 41, recently revealed that West, 40, paid $85,000 to obtain the picture as a last-minute change to a previously selected album cover.

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Houston's estate also issued a statement saying that they are "extremely disappointed" in Kanye's decision. The crooner has called out Pusha-T for choosing his ex-wife Whitney Houston's bathroom counter littered with drugs as his new LP's cover art.

West announced a number of new projects in April, including this new solo album and a collaborative album with Kid Cudi that will be released June 8.

"He wasn't feeling [the initial cover]".

There are no Jordan Peterson features, #Pizzagate references, or double-downs on "slavery was a choice"-though we do learn, on the emotional "Wouldn't Leave", that this most nuclear of takes nearly ended his marriage to Kim Kardashian". Picked the picture, great, we look, boom, boom, boom, it's good. The opening track, "I Thought About Killing You" gets into, well, that, but also his own suicidal thoughts. "[But] I absolutely did not want to pay for it".

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