Kanye West has never been one to shy away from controversy. Whether it’s his on-stage antics, public feuds, or political statements, West is always making headlines. So, it should come as no surprise that the rapper is now setting his sights on redesigning the fast-food chain McDonald’s.

West announced his plans to redesign McDonald’s during an interview with Fast Company. When asked what his “dream project” would be, West replied, “I’d like to work on designing the new McDonald’s.” He then explained his vision for a complete makeover of the restaurant, saying, “I want to bring dope shit to fast food.”

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While it’s unclear precisely what West’s redesign would entail, it’s safe to say that it would be a far cry from the current McDonald’s aesthetic. And considering West’s history of pushing the boundaries in both his music and his fashion, there’s no telling just how radical his redesign could be.

Whether or not West will get the chance to redesign McDonald’s remains. But if there’s one thing we know about Kanye West, he’s never afraid to dream big. This means that we could be seeing a whole new McDonald’s shortly – and we can’t wait to see what Kanye comes up with.

Why the New McDonald’s Design?

With all of the talk about West’s potential redesign, you might be wondering why he’s interested in working with McDonald’s in the first place. After all, the rapper is worth an estimated $240 million, so he doesn’t exactly need the money.

So, what’s motivating West to take on such a project? First, it seems that redesigning McDonald’s is something that he’s been thinking about for quite some time. West even mentioned the idea during a 2013 interview with New York radio station Hot 97.

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During the interview, West said he wanted to “improve everything” about McDonald’s, from the food to the ambiance. He also suggested that he would be interested in creating a “McDonald’s of the future.”

While it’s unclear if West is still planning to create a “Mcdonald’s of the Future,” it’s clear that he’s still interested in redesigning the fast-food chain. And given his history of creating groundbreaking designs, we can’t wait to see what he comes up with.