Kanye West Posts Fake 'Rolling Stone' Cover, 'Rolling Stone' Responds

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Kanye West arrives at St Paul's Cathedral in central London on Feb. 20, 2015, to attend a memorial service for Louise Wilson, the former director of the fashion course at London's Central Saint Martins (CSM) college.

Kanye West posted a fake Rolling Stone cover to Twitter on Wednesday (Feb. 3) claiming it was shot by Tyler, the Creator. Under the photo of a smiling West, a caption read, "Does he like Mustard?"

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Rolling Stone later replied confirming it wasn't a real shot but did at least validate the magazine's interest in West's condiments of choice.  

 

 

The trolling continued as West followed up then predicting that the photo will become a Rolling Stone cover and took a poll over whether the public agreed. 

 

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