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Kanye West Skips Phoenix For Post-Leak Yeezus Projections

Kanye West's new opus Yeezus has leaked, and with it a map of the latest locations where he'll be projecting his face. Bad news: After getting a "New Slaves" of our very own in the second round of the first set of projections, Phoenix got stiffed for Friday's festivities.

You'll have to head out to Los Angeles or San Diego if you're desperate to see what happens this time. Speaking of which: What if you go there, and it turns out he's just projecting a 30-second video in which he says he's super disappointed in you for torrenting the leak at work today?

I am not putting that past Kanye West, and I don't think you should, either. The full list of cities Kanye loves more than Phoenix follows, in case you happen to be reading this from Johannesburg.

Photos and reports from the Kanye West "New Slaves" projections in Phoenix.

North America

San Jose
San Francisco
Oakland
Los Angeles
Orange County
San Diego
Dallas
Houston (again?)
Milwaukee
Detroit
Chicago
Washington DC
Richmond
Philadelphia
Jersey Shore
New York City (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens)
The Hamptons
Toronto
Montreal

South America

Kanye West doesn't care about South Americans.

Europe

Dublin
London
Brussels
Amsterdam
Paris
Berlin
Antwerp
Copenhagen

Asia

Kanye West clearly does care about Asians, but only enough to produce the "Stronger" video. Sorry.

Africa

Johannesburg

Australia

Sydney
Melbourne
Auckland, New Zealand

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