Kanye West's Album Cover Will Be Photo Of Late Mom's Plastic Surgeon

By Isha Thorpe

April 28, 2018

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Kanye West is still tweeting. On Saturday (April 28), the rapper posted another very surprising message on his account.

West decided to post another screenshot of a text conversation. But, this time, it wasn't with his friend John Legend, and it didn't have anything to do with Donald Trump or West's political views. Instead, the new tweet had to do with the recording artist's upcoming album, which is scheduled to drop on Friday (June 1). 

While speaking to someone named Wes, the rapper admitted that his new album's cover art will be a picture of Jan Adams, the plastic surgeon who performed West's late mother's final surgery. "I want to forgive and stop hating," the artist said. 

Ye also asked Wes for any title ideas for his new project. That's when his friend replied, "LOVE EVERYONE." West responded, "I love that." We're not sure if that title is final for his new album, but the cover is definitely shocking to us. See the conversation below. 

As we can recall, Donda West died in November 2007 following cosmetic surgery. Many of West's fans know that his mother's death hit him extremely hard because he was so close to her. He reportedly even contemplated suicide after she was gone.

PEOPLE reported at the time: "Donda West, the mother of rapper Kanye West, died of heart disease while suffering 'multiple post-operative factors' after plastic surgery, the L.A. coroner said Thursday. But an autopsy failed to determine the exact role these factors played in her death following liposuction and breast-reduction surgery, officials said."

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