In A Kanye Move To End All Kanye Moves, Mr. Kim Kardashian Just Wrote A Poem About McDonalds

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If you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days, you’re the only person in the world who didn’t hear that Frank Ocean FINALLY dropped a new album. Blonde was released initially with a 360 page magazine entitled Boys Don’t Cry which contains photography, interviews, and poetry. The magazines were only available at four pop up locations (though it’s rumored they will be mass produced) and are currently being resold online for upwards of $1000.

Included in the poetry is a little piece by none other than Kanye West. Kanye’s always been known for being, well, Kanye. From jumping on stage at award shows, comparing himself to Jesus, or simply ranting away on Twitter, Kanye West never fails to keep us on our toes.

Which is why in the most Kanye move to end all Kanye moves, his poem is all about McDonalds.

Yes, you read that right. McDonalds.

Here’s the poem in all its glory:

McDonalds Man McDonalds Man
The french fries had a plan
The french fries had a plan
The salad bar and the ketchup made a band
Cus the french fries had a plan
The french fries had a plan
McDonalds Man
I know them french fries have a plan
I know them french fries have a plan
The cheeseburger and the shakes formed a band
To overthrow the french fries plan
I always knew them french fries was evil man
Smelling all good and shit
I don’t trust no food that smells that good man
I don’t trust it
I just can’t
McDonalds Man
McDonalds Man
McDonalds, damn
Them french fries look good tho
I knew the Diet Coke was jealous of the fries
I knew the McNuggets was jealous of the fries
Even the McRib was jealous of the fries
I could see it through his artificial meat eyes
And he only be there some of the time
Everybody was jealous of them french fries
Except for that one special guy
That smooth apple pie

No news yet as to what McDonalds has to say about this promo. But we can probably guess that they’re lovin’ it. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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