Kanye West Following "Famous" Visual Premiere: "Can Somebody Sue Me Already?" (UPDATE)

Kanye West took to Twitter following his "Famous" visual premiere, tweeting, "Can somebody sue me already? #I'llwait"

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On Friday, Kanye West debuted the long-awaited music video for his first The Life of Pablo single "Famous" in front of an audience of thousands at the L.A. Forum. Depicting some of the most well known celebrities in the world completely nude and sharing a bed together, the video elicited a wide-ranging reaction from nearly everyone who caught a glimpse of it.

After the shock of seeing West, his wife Kim Kardashian, her former lover Ray J, his former lover Amber Rose, along with Anna Wintour, Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby, Rihanna, Chris Brown, President George W. Bush, and Donald Trump stark naked in bed, most people's next thoughts typically ran into the legal realm.

Calling a lawyer near you... #TIDALXFAMOUS pic.twitter.com/RE6puWxKCX

West himself boldly took to Twitter this afternoon to express his own bewilderment that he had yet to be served any papers.

Can somebody sue me already #I'llwait

Following the premiere, Chris Brown went to social media to share his thoughts on being featured. Rather than express any type of outrage, Brown merely wanted to know, "“Why I gotta have the plumbers butt/ crack showing WAX figure?”

A rep for George W. Bush also came forward to say the former president was not upset about being portrayed in the “Famous” visuals; however, the rep did tell TMZ that the look-alike did have a physique as good as Bush's. “He [W] is in much better shape."

Earlier today, Kanye was with his family in Calabasas, and dodged questions about whether the mannequins in his video were real or not. "Can't give away the magic bro," he told the paparazzi. You can watch the TMZ clip here.

We'll update as soon as others depicted in the "Famous" visual weigh in.

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