Kanye West caused quite the hullaballoo when he premiered his new “Famous” video on Tidal Friday night, though not perhaps as public of one as he might have hoped, with most of its stars staying tight-lipped on the issue.

ORLANDO, FL - MAY 08: Former President George W Bush at a Symposium of Invisable Wounds at the Shades of Green resort at Invictus Games Orlando 2016 at ESPN Wide World of Sports on May 8, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Prince Harry, patron of the Invictus Games Foundation is in Orlando ahead of the opening of Invictus Games which will open on Sunday. The Invictus Games is the only International sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women. Started in 2014 by Prince Harry the Invictus Games uses the power of Sport to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Invictus Games)

Though Taylor is reportedly none too pleased, she’s yet to make any kind of official statement, as is the case with everyone sans Chris Brown, who took the video in rather hilarious stride.

Even funnier, however, is the reported reaction of a representative for George W. Bush. While we previously reported that he said it “wasn’t him,” the rep apparently had more to say on the matter, making some additional comments that we couldn’t help but smile at.

“In case there was any doubt… that is not President Bush,” the representative stated. “He [W] is in much better shape!”

Oh? Well then! That clears everything right up!

As you may recall, the former President was included in the video as a nod to the time Kanye West famously (pun intended) said “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” during a live televised RedCross benefit for Hurricane Katrina.

Though it’s still unclear exactly which stars, if any, actually WERE real in the video, we now know we can at least cross George W. off the list.


Who do you think played their real likeness in “Famous”? Tell us over @BritandCo!

(h/t Cosmopolitan, photos via shockroc1, Chris Jackson + Larry Busacca/Getty)