Kanye West has written a poem about McDonald’s for Frank Ocean’s magazine

The magazine was made available at pop-ups in four cities earlier today (August 21)

Kanye West has contributed to Frank Ocean‘s Boys Don’t Cry magazine by writing a poem about McDonald’s.

The magazine, which accompanies Ocean’s new album ‘Blonde’, was made available earlier this morning (August 21) at pop-up shops in four cities: London, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Check out the exact locations below.

Billboard reports that the magazine features short stories, interviews with Lil’ B and Om’Mas Keith, a pitch for a TV series, photos from a fashion shoot and several poems written by Ocean, as well as one penned by West.

Read Kanye West’s McDonald’s poem in full below.

McDonald’s man
McDonald’s man
The French fries had a plan
The French fries had a plan
The salad bar and the ketchup made a band
Cus the French Fries had a plan
The French fries had a plan
McDonald’s man
I know them French fries have a plan
I know them French fries have a plan
The cheeseburger and the shakes formed a band
To overthrow the French fries plan
I always knew them French fries was evil man
Smelling all good and shit
I don’t trust no food that smells that good man
I don’t trust it
I just can’t
McDonald’s man
McDonald’s man
McDonald’s, man
Them French fries look good tho
I knew the Diet Coke was jealous of the fries
I knew the McNuggets was jealous of the fries
Even the McRib was jealous of the fries
I could see it through his artificial meat eyes
And he only be there some of the time
Everybody was jealous of them French fries
Except for that one special guy
That smooth apple pie

Following the unveiling of his visual album ‘Endless’, Ocean has today dropped ‘Blonde’, a 17-track album that features the likes of Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar and Andre 3000.

It includes new single ‘Nikes’ and also credits such big name contributors as David Bowie, Kanye West, Jamie xx, The Beatles, Brian Eno, Pharrell Williams, Elliott Smith, James Blake, Yung Lean, Tyler, The Creator and former Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij.

It is not yet known what parts most of these artists played in making the record. However, lyrics from Elliott Smith’s ‘A Fond Farewell’ feature in the track ‘Seigfried’ and The Beatles’ ‘Here, There, and Everywhere’ is quoted in ‘White Ferrari’.