From Seth Rogen to Jimmy Kimmel to the writers of "Saturday Night Live", Kanye West has long been a target of comedians. He's got plenty of valid points to be made about injustice in the world today, but his tendency to fly off the handle has made him susceptible to spoofs, like this one from Funny Or Die.
The comedy outlet shared the image below, which depicts a fake set list that you might find somewhat believable if you've attended a Ye show lately, like his polarizing Bonnaroo set:
Dispersed amongst tracks like "Power" and "Gold Digger" are various rant segments about Louis Vuitton, leather sweatpants and a 40-minute sit-down rant with Charlie Rose about said sweatpants. Prior to a performance of "Can't Tell Me Nothing," Kanye is scheduled to pull an audience member onstage to dare him to tell him something.
And right before the encore, there's a jumbo-sized rant, that touches on the NSA, Florida, Hillary Clinton and "why can't we sit on clouds."
Americans will have a few more chances to see the real-life Yeezus tour -- at San Francisco's Outside Lands fest, and at the Philly edition of Made In America -- before it heads to Europe and Australia for July and September, respectively.