Queen Elizabeth Has Personally Asked Kanye West To Write A Rap Song For The Royal Wedding

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

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A much younger Queen Elizabeth shown on a deck of playing cards. (Photo courtesy of Simon Cowell).

LONDON - Kanye West told FOX News that he recently received a text message from Buckingham Palace.

The hip hop, rap artist revealed that the text message was from Queen Elizabeth herself. West said that at first he did not believe it and actually thought that it was just that British joker Russell Brand playing a joke on him.

West said that he simply ignored the message which asked him to please write a rap song in honor of the Royal Wedding couple Prince William and Kate Middleton.

It was only after he actually received a phone call from Queen Elizabeth that he realized that it was in fact actually her and not someone playing a Royal joke on him.

Kanye said that he and Beth, as she asked him to call her, talked about the wedding, global warming, the rising price of gasoline, and the American shows American Idol and Dancing With The Stars which she stated emphatically that she and Prince Philip never miss.

West said that QE-II even told him that she would be sending him two free tickets for him and a guest to tour the cruise ship Queen Elizabeth II, which is moored in Long Beach.

Kanye was so appreciative that he told her that not only would he agree to write the rap song for her grandson and her future granddaughter-in-law but that he would also send her the secret recipe to his favorite dish Chicken Fried Chitlins Smothered in Louisiana Tabasco Sauce.

West The Pest, as Taylor Swift calls him, said that the Queen was overcome with appreciation.

Reports are that Kanye West will actually appear in person at the Royal Wedding and personally dedicate and sing the Rap song to the happy Royal couple.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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