Inside Kanye’s top secret art exhibit: Kim stands over naked figure HERSELF in bed with Trump, Taylor Swift, Bill Cosby and Rihanna at rapper’s mysterious showcase
Just as the bitter feud between Kanye West and Taylor Swift was beginning to fade, the rapper and his wife went and fanned the flames – albeit in a very ‘artistic’ fashion
At a top secret art exhibition in Los Angeles, West unveiled naked replicas celebrities, including Swift, used in the music video for his controversial track ‘Famous’.
The secrecy element appeared to have been lost on wife Kim who – along with supermodel half sister Kendall Jenner – posted videos the display on Snapchat.
She took pictures her own replica, sprawled on the bed alongside replicas West, Taylor Swift, George W Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Ray J, Amber Rose, Caitlyn Jenner and Bill Cosby.
It threatens to kick-start the next chapter in his ongoing conflict with Swift, who was infuriated both at her nude lookalike being used in the video and being referred to as ‘that b****’ in West’s song.
The public first learned the exhibit at the private Blum and Poe art gallery when Kim tweeted she was on her way there.
‘Heading to a secret art gallery location to view Kanye’s Famous Exhibition!!!!’ she tweeted.
Slowly pictures began leaking from the show, which proved the exhibit was a life-sized recreation the music video, Complex reported.
The ‘Famous’ music video stirred up a massive controversy in June after the rapper allegedly didn’t get permission to use the likenesses.
The artwork Kanye displayed the naked wax replicas from the music video got him into trouble with the celebrities featured in the bed when he debuted the video.
Most notably was singer Taylor Swift who was allegedly ‘mad as hell’ at the rapper for using a naked lookalike wax figure her.
‘Taylor is furious after seeing Kanye’s video. She feels like she’s been assaulted,’ a source told HollywoodLife.com when the video was released in June.
‘She knew he was unpredictable but didn’t think he would go so far. She’s strategizing with her team as to what her next move should be.’
The source added: ‘She’s weighing all her options and will then respond accordingly. Just writing a song dissing him isn’t enough payback for something like this.’
Kanye added fuel to the controversy when he tweeted tauntingly: ‘Can somebody sue me already #I’ll wait.’
The pair have had an on-going spat since the 2009 MTV VMAs, but the feud recently flared up when Kim leaked a video showing Swift approving lyrics she later denied giving the green light to in the song Famous.
Kim posted a video to Snapchat a recording the conversation between Swift and Kanye, which proved to the Kardashian sister that Swift had approved the lyric.
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