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It’s no secret Kanye West has been haunted by the death of his beloved mother since her death more than a decade ago. But the rapper’s plans to use a photo of the plastic surgeon that operated on her before her untimely passing has been brought to a screeching halt.

After West posted on Twitter that the cover of his new album might possibly feature Dr. Jan Adams, Adams fired off an open letter to the Yeezy designer urging him to stop using his image to promote his work.

In the letter obtained by The Blast, Adams requested that  Kanye “cease and desist using my photo or any image of me to promote your album or any of your work,” and to instead “deal with the truth” of what really happened to his mom.

Dr. Adams stressed that he does not want to seem “ungrateful,” but he believes if Kanye’s proclamation for love is genuine, then it’s “inappropriate to drag the negativity of the past with it.”

He says, “Perhaps you should put your cousin’s picture on your next album. Don’t put my picture out there and claim you are about love. Love deals with the truth.”

Dr. Adams also points to the official coroner’s report on Donda West’s death, which highlights the negligence of West’s nurse following the surgery, Kanye’s cousin Stephan Scoggins. Scoggins was supposed to be the primary caregiver for Donda following her surgery, but left her alone because she “had appeared to be better.”

Since his return to Twitter, West has been preaching a message of love and even claimed that he has gone to great lengths to give the ultimate forgiveness to Adams.

Adams, however, has insisted that he is not to blame for Donda’s death and has only tolerated the erroneous claims out of respect for Kanye’s mom.

Following Adam’s open letter, West responded positively tweeting: ‘This is amazing. Thank you so much for this connection brother. I can’t wait to sit with you and start healing.’


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