Kanye West Story About Fake Tombstone Hologram Made More Ridiculous By Tabloid
Kanye West is still NOT designing a hologram of himself for his tombstone, despite a tabloid adding more phony details to a story that Gossip Cop already debunked. We can now also exclusively correct this follow-up claim.
Last week, Gossip Cop busted a ridiculous National Enquirer story alleging that West wanted his grave to feature his hologram permanently projected on top of his tombstone. Of course, Gossip Cop checked in with a rep for West, who laughed off the tale and exclusively assured us it’s “not true.” But that hasn’t stopped the tabloid from publishing an updated version of the story complete with more nonsense.
A so-called “source” tells the magazine in oddly unnatural language that West has “topped his own grave topper” and supposedly has “a team of tech experts fine-tuning a spine-tingling new way of feeling the holographic person.” The outlet is basing its false claim on an actual news report from last year about Japanese scientists having creating touchable holograms. While the technology for three-dimensional holograms is actually being developed, the rapper simply isn’t trying to get a virtual version of himself for his tombstone.
Still, the outlet piles on more fictitious details to its already bogus story, saying West now also wants a hologram of wife Kim Kardashian to be projected alongside him at his grave site. As a rep for West assured Gossip Cop last week, there’s simply no truth to this tale, and nothing has changed since then.