- Kanye West’s message to a classmate in a high school yearbook went viral after being unearthed
- The artist left a fairly profane note concerning his friend’s plans for the summer
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It’s been a few years since Kanye West entered the God-Loving Christian Era of a career filled to the brim with unexpected pivots and sudden reinventions, and it’s safe to say the man who censored every curse word on Donda has come a long way since he first burst onto the scene.
If you’ve listened to the Chicago rapper’s earlier works, then I don’t have to tell you he was not shy about spitting some particularly racy lyrics about his various exploits in the bedroom (or recruiting Chris Rock to have a woman testify in regard to those adult activities).
As a result, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that he didn’t have much of a filter in high school based on a message he allegedly penned for a classmate in a yearbook.
Earlier this week, a girl who claims her dad was best friends with Kanye during their time at Polaris High School in Chicago posted a TikTok featuring a few shots of a yearbook that was published while he and West were students there.
As you can see, Kanye opted to skip the low-effort “HAGS” in favor of something a bit cruder, as he decided to go with “You better get some p—y this summer” alongside the oversized nickname that accompanied his signature.
Sounds about right.