The main controversy was that he featured wax figures of other celebrities naked in bed with Kanye and his wife Kim Kardashian.
It left a lot of people asking, "WTF, Kanye?" But I suppose it was all for the sake of art.
Also for the sake of art, someone got a bunch of Instagram-famous dogs together to recreate "Famous."
I have been to our great country's most renowned art museums.
I have seen Monet paintings in all their glory, I have seen Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night," and I have seen "The Persistence of Memory" by Dali.
But this is the only piece of art I ever care to see again... this beautiful piece of art.
On top of it all, it was created for a good cause.
The dogs are hoping to boost sales of (RED) BedHead dog pajamas, with their proceeds going toward the fight against AIDS.
In over the past decade, (RED) has raised $365 million to help fight AIDS and HIV.
Taylor Swift was apparently livid that her likeness was part of Kanye's West music video, especially after the rapper claimed to have made "that bitch famous" in the lyrics.
But how could she be upset at these adorable puppies?!
They're not even naked like dogs usually are -- they're rocking some $28 pajamas along with a knit hat.
Kanye West's "Famous" off of his album "Life of Pablo" was recently nominated for two Grammys: Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Performance.
The video ends thanking the famous dogs involved, which include @tunameltsmyheart, @toastmeetsworld, @muppetsrevenge, @chloetheminifrenchie, @mochiinthecity, @Harlowandsage, @Chloekardoggian, @Kingbentleythebulldog, @Mervinthechihuahua and @Ellabeanthedog.