Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Kanye West premieres 'American Psycho' video

West premiered a short film featuring Scott Disick and Jonathan Cheban.

Kanye West premieres ‘American Psycho’ video

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After the Yeezus album accidentally leaked on Friday, Kanye West took to his Twitter account to announce that there would be more staged projections over the weekend; some happening right here in Philadelphia

In addition to projecting multiple videos of his newest songs, West premiered a short American Psycho-styled film that featured some very familiar faces. West enlisted the acting help of two people who are close to the Kardashian clan: Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian's boyfriend, and Jonathan Cheban, a close friend of Kim's.

The pair played out their own Kanye-laced version of the famous scene between Patrick Bateman, originally played by Christian Bale–who looks a lot like Disick, and victim Paul Allen, played by Jared Leto.

Both videos are too graphic for us to post, but you can view the Kanye version here and the original movie version here.

Yeezus will officially be realeased tomorrow, June 18.

 

In other news, Kanye and Kim welcomed their baby girl into the world over the weekend.

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