Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Never Considered For Kanye West ‘Famous’ Video, Despite Report
Kanye West never considered including Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders among the nude celebrity wax figures in his “Famous” music video, despite a completely made-up webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this fabricated story. We’re told it’s “totally false.”
As Gossip Cop reported, West’s controversial new video depicts wax sculptures of several celebrities lying naked in bed together, including West, Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Amber Rose, Ray J, Bill Cosby, Anna Wintour and George W. Bush. Now, according to the repeatedly disproven HollywoodLife, West supposedly almost featured the Democratic presidential candidates as well in the video, but scrapped the plans at the last minute.
A so-called “source” tells the often discredited site that West initially “wanted all the potential Presidential nominees in the video,” adding, “His thoughts on it were that whomever wins would be running for re-election in 2020 and we all know Kanye’s thoughts for himself in 2020.” But the outlet’s seemingly manufactured source goes on to claim that Kardashian, a big supporter of Clinton’s, “didn’t want him to add Hillary into the video.”
One would think after being caught making up stories, and called out for its concocted stories, HollywoodLies would anticipate that it would get nailed for publishing yet another fabricated report. In any event, Gossip Cop checked in with West’s rep, who exclusively tells us that the webloid’s claim is “totally false.” We’re assured the rapper never intended to include the likeness of either Clinton or Sanders in his video. It’s all untrue.
Unfortunately, Gossip Cop isn’t surprised by the site’s latest manufactured tale, since we have repeatedly corrected HollywoodLife for making up stories about West. We previously shot down the webloid’s ridiculous claim that West personally “pardoned” a turkey prior to his Thanksgiving dinner. Gossip Cop also recently debunked the outlet’s false assertion that West “serenaded” Caitlyn Jenner with “Isn’t She Lovely” on Father’s Day. This new claim about the rapper is equally fictitious.