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Dublin band My Bloody Valentine showed up on Kanye's t-shirt and confused the hell out of TMZ

Shook, to say the least.

KANYE WEST HAS been keeping a low profile in the wake of Taylor Swift 2.0.

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There’s rumours abound that her new track Look What You Made Me Do is about him. Perhaps even more intriguing are the claims that the release date of her new album ‘Reputation’ purposefully coincides with the 10th anniversary of his mother’s death. He’s probably right to stay quiet.

TMZ spotted him out this week though, and his choice of t-shirt is catching people by surprise.

Kanye’s started stocking up on Irish band merch recently – most notably, this My Bloody Valentine top.

There they are now. The guys in TMZ, clearly having no access to Google, have someone seen the t-shirt as a response to all of Taylor’s recent slights. In a recent article on the rapper, the headline reads: “Kanye West BLOODY UNIMPRESSED By Taylor Swift’s New Album.” The article reads:

Kanye West looked a tad pensive as he left his offices Friday, after the announcement that Taylor Swift’s new album will be released on the 10-year-anniversary of his mom’s death.”

It continues:

Kanye’s sporting a t with the words, “my bloody Valentine” emblazoned on the front.  Unclear what that means.”

For those who don’t know – My Bloody Valentine is a shoegaze band from Dublin.

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Daily Edge has contacted the band’s representatives for a response. Meanwhile, let’s continue to speculate over a possible MBV/Kanye collaboration.

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