Caitlyn Jenner ‘Unfortunately’ Doesn’t Know Any Kanye Songs: ‘I’m Gonna Get in So Much Trouble'

Skip 'Ye' and 'Jesus Is King,' Caitlyn, and start with 'MBDTF.'


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As end-of-decade debates about the era's best musical works rage on, don't expect much input from Caitlyn Jenner.

Kanye West's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, rightfully, has frequently appeared atop Best Of lists chronicling the 2010s. But despite their familial connection, Jenner is not familiar with West's catalog at all. This revelation is tucked into a recent episode of I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here, a British reality series. Asked to name her favorite West songs, Jenner informed the world that she actually doesn't know any.

"Unfortunately, I don't know any Kanye West songs, but what are we going to do?" she said. "I don't know. I'm gonna get in so much trouble when I get home."

Also on the series, Jenner discussed the O.J. Simpson trial, stating that she once requested his name not be mentioned in her and then-wife Kris Jenner's home.

At least one fan has pointed out that Caitlyn's likeness was integral to the "Famous" video, which Jenner at the time said she was "honored" to be depicted in. "He goes I'd love for you to do the opening—he's family so I said, 'Okay.' And he's telling me we've got mannequins and this and that and it's about fame. ... It's stirring it up, getting the pot going, and he certainly did that with that picture."

Caitlyn Jenner being in one of Kanye west musics videos but then being asked if she knew any of his songs and she said no 😂😂😂😂 can I get a lil bit of savage with that rice n beans pls

— Emma (@emmamarchbankx) December 3, 2019

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Seems fairly memorable considering the Caitlyn mannequin was placed, topless and face up, between Amber Rose and...Bill Cosby. Or the fact that it's simply and memorably called "Famous" and features Rihanna, Nina Simone, and the Taylor Swift lyric that launched infinite controversy. 

Amid West discography discussions heading into 2020, West—who released his divisive and perplexing Jesus Is King album in October—has continued his arguably Bob Dylan-esque descent into religiosity.

Thursday, TMZ shared a report claiming West will again join Joel Osteen for some megachurchery and whatnot, this time at Yankee Stadium. Unfortunately, it's unlikely attendees will be treated to any Yeezus cuts.

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