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Rolling Stone mag is Kanye West's new feuding partner on Twitter


With everything getting normal with Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West seems to have found a new feuding partner on Twitter - Rolling Stone magazine.

The 38-year-old singer, who posted a mock-up of him on the iconic cover page, got angry when the publication pointed out it was a fake, E! Online reported.

Yeezus took to his Twitter page to post a clearly Photoshopped picture of him grinning ear to ear with the word "Kanye" in bold pink print, along with the question, "Does he like mustard?" dropped in below the magazine's famous masthead. He captioned it as "Rolling Stone shot by Tyler the creator."

The publication took note of it and posted on their own Twitter page, "While we love Kanye, and have many mustard-related questions for him, this is not an actual cover of Rolling Stone."

The 'Gold Digger' then posted "I bet you this still becomes the cover though.Let's do another poll...#trollingstone," adding "Should this be a Rolling Stone cover? Yes or No."

In the three hours that it's been up, nearly 24,000 people have voted on it and so far 52 percent of his fans are all for Rolling Stone using it as a cover, while 48 percent think it's a terrible idea.

Kim was first to show her support by tweeting, "YESSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!! #TrollingStrone. That pic Tyler The Creator took is seriously one of my faves of Kanye.

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First Published: Thu, February 04 2016. 11:17 IST