Kanye West has teased the cover for his next album will be a picture of a surgeon who performed his late mothers final surgery.
After recently dropping new track Lift Yourself, Kanye has shared a conversation on Twitter saying he wants to use a picture of plastic surgeon Jan Adams on his next album cover.
Kanyes mother Donda died on November 10, 2007 due to heart disease and complications following plastic surgery.
In the exchange, he says he wants to use the image as a way to move past the ordeal, adding: I want to forgive and stop hating.
Kanye also hinted the next album could be called LOVE EVERYONE after giving it his approval during the text exchange, writing: I love that.
Jan Adams famously walked off Larry King Live mid-interview back in 2007, after saying he was honouring the wishes of the West family not to discuss the surgery or complications that may have contributed to Dondas death.
I want to thank you for this opportunity, Adams told Larry King. Basically, I had come here to talk about things in the press that arent accurate about me.
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But I have a tremendous amount of love and respect for the West family. They asked me not to go on. And Ive said from the very beginning, I dont have a side in this.
They are my side, and Im going to respect their wishes. Im going to apologise to you because I think Im taking up your airtime, but I will not be on the show and I will not discuss any of that. Im going to honor their wishes.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Kanyes reps for comment.