Kanye West wants celebs featured in his controversial music video 'Famous' to sue him
Rapper Kanye West challenges celebs featured in his controversial 'Famous' music video to take him to court
After unveiling what is, by far, his most provocative music video featuring buck naked star lookalikes and computer-generated doppelgangers, rapper Kanye West has challenged the real celebs featured in 'Famous' to sue him.
The lookalikes of 10 celebs, apart from Kanye West and wife Kim Kardashian herself
The 39-year-old unveiled the video, a homage to Vincent Desiderio's 2008 painting 'Sleep', on Friday.
It features him and wife Kim Kardashian in bed flanked by a host of lookalikes of stars including Taylor Swift, Ray J, Rihanna, Amber Rose, Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby, Anna Wintour, George W Bush, Donald Trump and Chris Brown.
Almost expecting trouble, Kanye took to Twitter on Saturday and wrote: 'Can somebody sue me already? I'll wait.'
So far Brown, 27, is the only star to respond to their likeness being used in the video.
Apparently, Swift is 'livid' and 'horrified' that Kanye has included a naked doppelganger of her in the video.