Kanye West's show at Madison Square Garden on Thursday had everything: an army of models wearing his Yeezy Season 3 designs, the Kardashians vibing to his beats in custom Yeezy and the crowd going wild for songs from "The Life of Pablo."
But, in typical Kanye fashion, there were also a few "WTF" moments. The first occured when West apparently rapped that he might still have sex with Taylor Swift, and then took credit for her fame (not okay, also not true). The second was when he announced that he'd made a video game about his mom "traveling through the gates of heaven."
But one of the interesting things we noticed was West's "In Loving Memory" merchandise devoted to his late mother, Donda West, and late father-in-law, Robert Kardashian.
The rapper/designer is apparently offering the shirts at $40 and $90, according to a tweet.
Before he released his album, West talked to radio host Big Boi about how much his late mother and father-in-law helped with "The Life of Pablo."
"I'm still only doing 1 percent, 2 percent of the work and God is doing the rest of the work," West said. "My mom had Teddy Riley [a singer-songwriter] change his flight and come back to the studio. Robert Kardashian, is making sure that, you know, all of the deals are still getting done. He's still doing deals for controversial black people from up in heaven."
What does it all mean? Only Kanye knows.
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