Kim Kardashian mocked for listening to Kanye West’s Donda album on MUTE as fans hilariously react on Twitter
Fans were quick to point out that Kim had the volume on her iPhone turned all the way down to zero when she shared screenshots of the record being played on her device.
However, the 40-year-old KUTWK star then posted more screenshots where she had the volume turned up after fans flooded Twitter with the amusing snafu.
Funny reaction: Kim Kardashian called out for listening to Kanye West’s Donda album on MUTE as fans hilariously react on Twitter
‘It’s the way Kim Kardashian posted like she’s listening to Kanye’s album but the volume is muted,’ one Twitter user wrote, alongside crying-face emojis.
Kim has been nothing but supportive of Kanye as he geared up to release his tenth studio album, even appearing in a wedding dress at his listening party that was also attended by Marilyn Manson.
On Monday, the mother-of-four continued to spread the love over Kanye’s new album, as she shared footage of her in the wedding-inspired gown from his listening party.
It’s the thought that counts: Kim has been mocked for listening to Kanye’s album on mute
Overdrive: Twitter users went to town after sharing the screengrabs
Field day: Fans posted funny memes after catching the star out
Proof: Fans couldn’t believe their eyes when they saw the volume was down
But Kim needn’t worry too much about the slip up.
The rollout for Kanye’s 10th album has been anything but smooth, with countless delays and other controversies.
No escaping it: These screengrabs shared by Kim clearly show the volume dialed back to zero
Trouble in paradise: Kanye West claimed his record label released his 10th studio album without his approval in a shocking post shared to Instagram on Sunday
The 44-year-old rapper took to social media hours after the midnight release of Donda, which had already been delayed by more than one year.
‘Universal put my album out without my approval and they blocked Jail 2 from being on the album,’ he shared in grey block lettering.
Donda was released on multiple streaming services Sunday morning, more than one year after it was first announced.
His manager, Bu Thiam, confirmed that the record had dropped on social media, posting a screengrab of one of the album’s 26 tracks alongside the caption: ‘Listening now Donda.’
Fans rushed to Twitter in the wake of its release to declare it ‘one of the greatest pieces of art of all time’.