It appears Kanye West doesn’t just sing about KFC, the world’s most famous rapper apparently eats the stuff, too.
Mr West and his lovely wife Kim – or Kimye, as they’re arguably better known – were filmed ordering a bucket of the Colonel’s finest 11 herbs and spices in a Paris restaurant on Wednesday.
So honoured by the famous couple gracing its door, KFC’s French agency, Sid Lee Paris, immediately unveiled a special edition bucket with the lyrics from Kanye’s classic Touch The Sky that reads “Me and my girl split the buffet at KFC.”
Kanye & Kim Kardashian West are "10s across the (KFC) board" in Paris, France! 02.19.2020. ?? pic.twitter.com/ASrPioXKy6
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— KFC France (@KFCFrance) February 20, 2020
Now Kimye fans have already started flocking to the Strasbourg St-Denis KFC location. At 6 pm Thursday evening, a commemorative plaque was erected on the kiosk the Wests used in the presence of the employees who served them, making it a new site of pilgrimage for Kimye fans and lovers of the greasy bird.
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