A Yeezy fan will be forced to change the menu and logo of their restaurant, which is reportedly heavily influenced by the rapper.
College Dropout Burgers
Hypebeast reports an Australian burger restaurant owned by Mark Elkhouri has allegedly been served a cease and desist letter from Kanye West.
The restaurant in question is College Dropout Burgers, which currently sports menu items including the “Golddigger” fried chicken sandwich, “Good Morning” breakfast sandwich, and “Cheezus” burger. Despite finding success fueled by Ye’s essence, the restaurant has allegedly been forced to rebrand.
The news follows just one week after the owner took to Instagram, sharing screenshots of his story views.
“What is happening here? I must have ‘found God,’ because Kanye West has been deep in our stories. Over 10 story views now!! Ye – ‘call me, bruh. You still ain’t called me? Ye, I know you got killers. Please don’t send them at my head. Please call me,’” Elkhouri wrote on Instagram.
Owner Has Since Redesigned Establishment
AllHipHop reports the restaurant has since redesigned the establishment. In fact, a Yeezy mural located inside the store was recently painted over and the teddy bear logo has been covered with a sign reading “Insert logo here. OK thanks bye.”
“It’s pretty hard being a Kanye West fan with this situation, we have to respect his wishes and move forward,” Elkhouri said, according to AllHipHip.
He continued: “I have to still support him. Moving forward, I feel like it is a bit of a blessing in disguise. Because let’s face it, not everyone is a Kanye West fan.”