Is Kanye Secretly The #1 Self Love Advocate In The World?

EHHHHHHHH maybe not, but I think it's safe to say the whole world knows that; "no one can love Kanye quite like Kanye can". Or at least that's what Sydney artist Scott Marsh said after completing quite possibly the funniest mural EVER. Kanye West making out with .... Kanye West.

This lovely piece of street art stands 20 ft tall and depicts two perfectly content Kanye Wests going at it on the side of a wine and cheese bar. How romantic. In all honestly this is HYSTERICAL! And while Kanye needs his own planet to deal with his ego, there is something to be said about his confidence and self love.... Do you Kanye. You know you love his way more then you are willing to admit.

Anxious 22 year old just trying to sound calm cool and collected. "Buy reflections on iTunes"
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