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Kanye’s ‘Famous’ Video Features Nude Donald Trump, Taylor Swift and Caitlyn Jenner

UPDATED: Kanye West premiered a shocking new video on Friday night for fans in Los Angeles.

The NSFW video for “Famous,” his latest single off of “The Life of Pablo,” features a portrait of 12 nude celebrities in bed together.

The celebrities include West, himself, and wife Kim Kardashian lying in bed nude with Donald Trump, Taylor Swift, George Bush, Bill Cosby and Caitlyn Jenner, among others.

It’s unclear which of the celebrities, if any, actually appeared nude in the video or whether it was all visual effects. It’s also unknown if West got permission from any of the celebs to use their likeness.

Trump’s camp denied the GOP candidate’s involvement in the shoot.

Other nude celebrities in bed include Rihanna, Chris Brown, Anna Wintour and West and Kardashian’s exes Amber Rose and Ray J.

See the NSFW photo from the video below:

Courtesy of Tidal

“It’s not in support or anti any of (the stars in the photo). It’s a comment on fame,” the rapper told Vanity Fair.

He said he previewed the video for celebrity friends.

“Guess what the response is when I show it to them?” he said. “They want to be in the bed.”

Brown responded to the video on Saturday, saying in an Instagram post, “Why I gotta have the plumbers butt/ crack showing WAX figure?”

“This n—a KANYE CRAZY, talented, but crazy,” he added, seeming to take the depiction in stride.

Tidal live-streamed the unveiling of the “Famous” video at the Forum in L.A. The music streaming service will offer the video for subscribers after an encore screening Friday night at 11 p.m. PT.

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