Kanye says he’s ready to forgive plastic surgeon he blames for his mother’s death

Kanye West is still doing the most.

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Kanye West spent the weekend posting more stupid stuff on social media, and fans spent the weekend wasting more time on his antics.

On Saturday, the rapper tweeted a screenshot of a text message conversation in which he revealed he intends to put the man who performed his late mother’s plastic surgery before her death on his upcoming album cover.

“This is my album cover. This is plastic surgeon Jan Adams. The person who performed my moms final surgery. Do you have any title ideas?” he wrote in the text message. “I want to forgive and stop hating.”


In the past, Kanye West admitted he blamed himself for his mother’s death.  “If I had never moved to L.A. she’d be alive. I don’t want to go far into it because it will bring me to tears,” he told Q Magazine in 2015.

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It’s hard to say if this is just another one of his atrocious antics or if he’s truly trying to forgive himself and the surgeon and move on.

The next day, West got shut down by Parkland Shooting survivor and activist, Emma Gonzales, after he shouted her out on social media. “My hero, Emma Gonzales,” he posted on Twitter.


Then he shared a photo of a new buzz cut and attributed his latest style to the teenager writing, “inspired by Emma.”

The 19-year-old survivor was clearly unimpressed by Kanye’s mention and replied with some subtle shade. She posted a photo of the Waffle House hero, James Shaw, Jr. and wrote “my hero  James Shaw Jr.”


Too bad everyone can’t tune out the noise coming from The College Dropout turned moronic mess.