So, Kanye West Creative Directed The PornHub Awards

What?

In what everyone thought was a rumor, or maybe even a manufactured plot line for this season of Keeping up the Kardashians, was actually, in fact, true. Kanye West creative directed the first ever PornHub awards.

You’re probably wondering WTF that means — and you’re not alone. But I guess it meant that Ye dressed all the porn stars and nominees in Yeezy, designed some bizarre penis-shaped trophies for award winners and dropped a new merch line, Yeezy Supply.

The limited edition capsule features five shirts with illustrations inspired by artist Kerry James Marshall of some of the award shows most popular nominees, including actress Kendra Sunderland for “Nicest Tits” and Abella Danger for “Slash Zone: Top Squirting Performer.”

We’re not making this shit up.

Apparently, the theme for the awards show was the future — a natural fit for Ye. So, the pink-colored room filled with Yeezy-clad models ended up looking like the set up a science fiction porno. Especially when they were holding those penis statues.

In addition to directing the awards show and his new Yeezy Supply line, Kanye also premiered his new “I Love It” music video featuring Lil Pump. Honestly, I don’t even know what to say about the visual — Kanye and Pump are wearing giant square suits that make them look like video game characters, and of course, oversize Yeezy slides a la Kanye’s ‘fit at 2 Chainz wedding. Really, you just have to see for yourself.

Images: Twitter, Instagram

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