Yesterday we reported TIME named Kanye West one of the Most Influential People on the Internet. Living up to the title today West starred in a parody of Ryan Murphy's American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson. Instead of Simpson on trial it's West. "This could be the most high profile criminal case in the history of the world," says John Travolta (playing Robert Shapiro) at the beginning of the video.  And as the video shows from there the evidence stacks up quick. In between clips from The People v O.J. are West's well-known public faux-pas like the day he interrupted Taylor Swift at the VMAs,which one guy called even worse than the day he was diagnosed with cancer, his infamous interview with Sway, and his fights with paparazzi (though new Kanye gets rides from the paps). 

"Something big's happening here," says one person reacting to interview footage of Ye saying: "I just told you who I thought I was: a god." The parody, from the minds over at Funny or Die, warns audiences they don't know the half of this "crime story" despite watching the VMAs and other events unfold. 

As the case begins to get more serious some possible accomplices are listed, as well as some motives. The evidence continues to mount like when it was Ye vs the paparazzi or when Ye popped off on Sway with quotables: "You ain't got the answers!" and "It ain't Ralph though!" 

The high profile case would continue covering Swift and Ye's reignited beef after she subbed him in her Grammy's speech for his line about her in The Life of Pablo's "Famous." The parody even finds a way to Kanye up Simpson's suicide note. 

Watch the trailer for The People v Kanye above.