It's still hard to believe that it really happened.
After all the buildup, all the Twitter rants and all the album changes, Kanye West finally debuted The Life of Pablo on Thursday at the Yeezy Season 3 fashion show and album release event at NYC's Madison Square Garden.
Even though all is said and done, as with everything the 38-year-old rapper does, the day left us with many more questions than answers.
The former NBA star showed up to support in his first public appearance since nearly dying last October. Earlier in the day, Kris Jenner told ET that the rapper played a big role in Lamar’s recovery process: "Kanye was very instrumental in part of his recovery."
While today was about T.L.O.P. for some, for many Yeezy Season 3 was about the fashion. Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was even in attendance for the event, and Kanye used the moment to reveal his lofty goal: "To be the creative director of Hermès, that's a dream of mine."
8. How is Super Bowl MVP Von Miller not partied out by now?
The Denver Broncos football star has certainly had a busy week, winning Super Bowl 50, being crowned Most Valuable Player and celebrating with a million people in Denver, but apparently he still found time to show up in NYC for Kanye's show!
10. Are Kanye and Kid Cudi an alternate reality Tina Fey and Amy Poehler?
Kid Cudi was significantly involved with Kanye’s 808's and Heartbreaks album and the rappers even reunited when he performed the record at the Hollywood Bowl last summer. Just as it was then, the feeling of joy these two seem to get when they are around each other is both beautiful and contagious.
11. Will Taylor Swift respond to Kanye saying he "made that b**ch famous"?
The 1989 songstress was HARDLY unknown when Kanye took the mic on that now-infamous night at the MTV VMAs in 2009, but the fact that the two seemed to squash their beef last February makes Kanye rapping: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex, I made that b**ch famous," all the more confusing.
Moreover, how can anyone possibly REMEMBER all these rules? Much less follow them. Don't move fast, but don't move slow? Loosen up, but don't be casual? At least if we are tired, we can "sit down or lye down," cause we really need to at this point.