Kanye West took a few notable hazards for the duration of production of his just lately launched music video for “Famous” by like nude sculptures of Taylor Swift, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Caitlyn Jenner, and Donald Trump, amongst other folks. And, according to a now-deleted tweet, he's ready to encounter the prospective consequences — or rather, he was prepared to encounter the potential consequences. “Can somebody sue me currently #I'llwait,” the rapper posted to Twitter Saturday morning. By Sunday afternoon, the message had been deleted, though a number of users managed to display-cap West's statement. Can someone sue me currently I'll await- Kanye West He tweeted this right after releasing #Renowned But he has deleted itpic.twitter.com/s1VLpxf20o A representative for George W. Bush, whose likeness also appears nude in the video, recently confirmed to EW the former president did not participate in the making of the “Famous” music video, although Jenner's rep denied the 66-yr-outdated had anything at all a lot more to include about the clip's release. Speaking to Vanity Fair. the rapper claimed he was “very cautious with shots that had [something] sexual to get them out,” although stressing the video is “not in help or anti any of [the folks in the video]. It is a comment on fame.” The song previously came beneath fire for the “strong misogynistic message” of its lyrics, which also reference Swift. “I come to feel like me and Taylor may even now have sex / Why? I manufactured that b—- popular,” West raps in the track. The pop star's representatives claim the 26-yr-outdated did not approve the phrase, even though West and Kardashian keep Swift's camp was properly aware of their inclusion in the song.