Kanye West Posts Fake 'Rolling Stone' Cover

Kalpana Negi

Kanye West has posted a fake Rolling Stone cover and Kim Kardashian re-tweeted it with a caption #TrollingStone. Why? Well, if there is one thing the Kardashians are good at, it's getting the publicity mill going. No matter what it is, they make sure to celebrate, USA Today has reported.

The singer is wearing a denim shirt in the picture with what look like huge bleach spots. The writing on the cover asks, "Kanye: Does he like mustard?" Although that may be too cryptic for the fans to decipher, the Kardashian family is making sure they don't let any opportunity for promotion go waste at a time when Kanye is slotted to perform at Madison Square Garden later this month.

Even Rob Kardashian re-tweeted the link to the Rolling Stone cover spoof, which was complete with a bar code and price. It didn't look like Kanye had made it amply clear in the tweet that it was actually a spoof. Rolling Stone magazine went on to clarify that it was not a real cover.

Meanwhile, Kim could not stop gushing about hubby and how great he looked on the cover.

Her sister Khloé also uses the emojis on her Instagram page. At the moment, the emojis are considered NSFW, but who knows, in the future the Kardashian might just come up with something a bit more modest.

Radar Online has said that Kim K is considering divorcing Kanye West because of his twitter feud with Amber Rose. The reality TV star has reportedly kicked Kanye out of the house.

"She was so angry, she wouldn't let Kanye into the house," a source had said. "She changed all the codes and asked security not to let him through the gate."

"She was fuming with Kanye for antagonizing Amber. She said she's had enough. She believes every word of what Amber wrote. All she wanted to do was crawl under the covers and never show her face again."

The tweet definitely shows the world that all is well between Kanye West, Kim and Rose; but, no one really knows which way Kim Kardashian will go.

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