It's only a matter of time before he claims he made french fries famous…
From Kim Kardashian West, to the big man upstairs, to (mostly) himself, Kanye West usually raps about what he loves.
But in his latest creative endeavor, Yeezy exposed his love affair with McDonald's in a new poem inspired by the fast food chain!
The Wolves rapper's poem McDonald's Man was featured in Frank Ocean's oversized magazine Boys Don't Cry, which was released in pop up shops over the weekend along with his new album Blonde.
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The glossy zine contained a copy of the CD (we don't know what that is either…), as well as high-fashion photos, short stories by Ocean, interviews, and apparently some deep-fried poetry from Ye!
In the poem, Kanye discusses his complex relationship with McDonald's french fries — claiming the salty side dish is "evil" because he can't "trust no food that smells that good, man." Good to know!
Ch-ch-check out West's full poem (below) to get a taste of his caloric musings!