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Kanye West Is A Gay Fish In New Trailer For The South Park Game

Michael Minay

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Kanye West Is A Gay Fish In New Trailer For The South Park Game

American rapper Kanye West is to revive a role as a gay fish for the new South Park game, The Fractured But Whole.

The game, which is a parody of his own as-yet-unreleased video game, Only One, will see Kanye take on a role he has previously had.

Credit: Ubisoft

In 2009, he was referred to as a gay fish for the episode 'Fishsticks', where he is shown not understanding a joke about why liking fish sticks made him a gay fish.

At the time, West responded to the episode in his blog. He wrote, in capitals: "SOUTH PARK MURDERED ME LAST NIGHT AND IT'S PRETTY FUNNY."

He added: "It hurts my feelings but what can you expect from South Park! I actually have bene working on my ego though.

"Having a crazy ego is played out at this point in my life and career."

South Park followed it up in 2013, with Kanye appearing and calling himself a 'recovering gay fish'.

Credit: PA

For, which is due for release on 17 October 2017, now sees Kanye as a fully-out gay fish for the game, who is trying to get this dead mother, Donda, into heaven - his mother, too, a fish who is seen riding a rainbow-farting unicorn.

Kanye's own game similarly sees his mum flying through the gates of heaven.

In real life, his mum (named Donda, also) died in 2007 after complications arising from comestic surgery.

The Fractured But Whole will be the seventh video game released under the South Park franchise, and follows The Stick of Truth which was released in 2014.

It's almost 20 years since the first game was released, titled after the show, before two games were released in 1999: Chef's Luv Shack and Rally.

Credit: Ubisoft

A ten-year gap then followed before Let's Go Tower Defence Play was released in 2009, and then Tenorman's Revenge, an Xbox Live Arcade game only, was published in 2012.

The latest addition will have twelve superhero classes: Brutalist, Blaster, Speedster, Elementalist, Gadgeteer, Mystic, Cyborg, Psychic, Assassin, Commander, Netherborn, and Karate Kid - and takes place after the events of the last game.

Featured Image Credit: Ubisoft

Topics: Kanye West, South Park

Michael Minay
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