Man creates religion about Kanye West

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Kanye West raps about being a god on record, and now the rapper may have a real religious following. 

One man has created a website declaring a new "religion" dedicated to the rapper and named after his latest record.  Called "Yeezianity," the church of Yeezus declares that they are "an anonymous group who believes that the one who calls himself Yeezus is a divine being." 

"Yeezianity" has it's own "Golden Rule" -- "Create for others what you would have created for yourself."  The website also includes five basic principles of the movement called the "Five Pillars."  

Meantime, the creator of "Yeezianity" tells "Noisey" that "Yeezianity" is not an actual organized religion.  He adds that he created the movement after coming up with the idea one month ago.  "Yeezianity's" creator also says that his ultimate goal is to "create some controversy."  

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