Here’s How People Are Processing Kanye's "Lift Yourself" Troll


Kanye West is seen in the crowd at March For Our Lives.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 24: Kanye West is seen in the crowd at March For Our Lives on March 24, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images,)

Kanye West is seen in the crowd at March For Our Lives.

Kanye West continues to make everyone but MAGA people sad, though his latest move is admittedly (kind of) funny. 

On Friday evening, Mr. West took to Twitter, something he's being doing a lot as of late, to share the link to his previously teased song "Lift Yourself" and it looks like there is a tremendous amount of "poop" and "scoop" in the Sunken Place. Despite the beat being cool, fans quickly figured out that the song was a troll. "Lift Yourself" is Kanye's first solo release since 2016 and samples "Liberty" by Amnesty. 

Kanye teased the track earlier in the day, writing "I'm going to drop a song with a verse that will bring Ebro the closure he's been seeking The bars" followed by multiple flame emojis. 

On the song, Kanye finally comes in at the nearly two-minute mark and says, "But they don't really realize, though/This next verse, this next verse though/Watch this some shit, go." Kanye then unleashed his trollerific "poop" rhyming verse. It goes a little something like this:

Hoopdity scoop

Scoopdity woop

Woopty scoopty poop

Poopty scoopty

Scoopty woop

Woopity scoop, woop poop

Poopdity, woop, scoop

Poop, poop

Scoopdity woop

Woopdity scoop

Woopdity scoop, poop

People hopped on social media to collectively process what they just listened to, which, again, was most likely (hopefully) a good old fashioned troll. 

Check out people's reactions below: 


— Chris Lambert (narrative expert) (@ChrisJHLambert) April 28, 2018


— Chase (@hypothetical) April 28, 2018

Lil Pump after hearing Kanye West verse on Lift Yourself

— Gilbert Arenas (@GilbertAgent0) April 28, 2018

Don’t LIE when Lift Yourself beat first came on half of you was like @kanyewest @oldmanebro

— J.T Savage (@JayTSavage) April 28, 2018

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