AUSTIN, TX — Amid a storm of controversy over recent antisemitic comments and remarks praising Hitler, Ye West has announced the release of his brand-new album My Struggle.
"This album will is the greatest work of art created by mankind in the history of all time," said West at a press conference no one attended. "These songs are genius! These songs are the 8th wonder of the world! It will sell more copies than any album in history!"
"That is unless they manage to stop me. That's mein struggle — er, I mean my struggle."
Ye's music production house GOOD Music also put out a press release to promote the new album. The tracklist will include singles "New ‘Stache Flow," "Yeezus Walks (Into Poland)," and "(They Are) Heartless."
The announcement has been met with condemnation from the Jewish community, but praise from Donald Trump, who was apparently unaware of the controversy surrounding it. "Yes, I know struggle, so much struggle. No one has struggled as much as I have," said Trump regarding the album release. "Kanye is a fine person who has said very nice things about me. I can't wait to listen to his new album about his struggle, even though it's probably not as big of a struggle as my struggle."
At publishing time, Ye's record company also announced they have booked two tour dates: one in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, and the other for ISIS.
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