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Kanye West: No, I didn't say I was the next Nelson Mandela

The Daily Currant, the “online satirical newspaper” that continues to fool so many, has struck again, this time publishing a fictional interview with Kanye West in which the rapper declared, “I am the next Nelson Mandela.” That didn’t stop Twitter from spreading the quote far and wide.


West took to Twitter today to set the record straight.

And may this incident serve to illuminate to all that The Daily Currant is all satire, all the time.

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