Kanye West Unveils Video Game to Help His Mother Get Into Heaven
Rap musician Kanye West is struggling with grief and doubt over whether his beloved mother, Donda West, made it through the pearly gates into Heaven.
Donda West, 58, died in 2007 of complications following a cosmetic surgery procedure.
The troubled rapper designed a video game app to help his mother get into Heaven.
The video app, which West unveiled at his Yeezy Season 3 fashion show on Thursday, features graphics of his deceased mother dressed in angelic white as she rides a winged horse and floats on clouds towards the pearly gates.
West seemed subdued and emotionally vacant at his fashion show at Madison Square Garden. Under his wife Kim Kardashian‘s pearl embellished jacket, Kanye wore a hand painted shirt with his mother’s image on the front, and his deceased father-in-law Robert Kardashian‘s image on the back.
No word on when (or if) the video game will ever be released to the general public.
In unrelated news, pop singer Taylor Swift‘s brother Austin tossed his coveted pair of West’s Yeezy sneakers into the trash after he heard West’s single “Famous” off his new album.
Austin was offended by West’s lyrics: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/I made that b*tch famous.”
West debuted his new album, The Life of Petey Pablo, at his Yeezy Season 3 fashion show on Thursday.