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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Hilarious Pics: Kanye West's Dark Twisted Fantasy in LOLCats

Posted By on Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 1:49 PM

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After what will be known in future years as The Week of Kanye -- "perfect" new album released, surprise NYC show packed with stars, signature rant caught on YouTube -- Kanye West has finally risen to the level of a true cultural icon. By which we mean that his latest album was redone in adorable LOLCats, courtesy of soldout. So what if George W. Bush calls you out and Diddy goes crazy at your show? True cultural relevance is right here, Yeezy. The hilarious pics continue after the jump.


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LOL your way through the entirety of My Dark Twisted Fantasy over here on soldout.

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