Kanye West's NSFW 'Famous' Wax Figures Not For Sale, Kim Kardashian Promotes Tour Merch

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If you want to own an unsettling piece of music video history, you'll have to keep waiting.

Despite previous reports, the NSFW "naked wax figures" used in Kanye West's controversial "Famous" video, are not for sale. But, are on display this week at a private exhibition at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles.

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Inspired by Vincent Desiderio’s "Sleep" painting, the disturbingly lifelike figures feature moving chests that are meant to make them appear as though they are breathing, and resemble Kanye, as well as his wife, Kim Kardashian West, and Taylor Swift, who was involved this year in a whole heap of drama with Kimye regarding the lyrics in Kanye's song.

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Other figures depicted include Amber Rose, Ray J, Caitlyn Jenner, Donald Trump, George W. Bush, Anna Wintour, Chris Brown, Rihanna and Bill Cosby.

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Last weekend, Kim shared a photo on Instagram of all the figures on an oversized bed. (WARNING: NSFW nudity depicted.)

Meanwhile, the reality star has been busy Snapchatting her husband's Saint Pablotour merchandise -- which includes a poster and several shirts that show Kim playing tennis in a monokini.

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The clothing apparently sold out in minutes before Kim could even get one, as she can be heard saying "I need one!" in the snap.

We have to admit, that shirt is pretty amazing.

Kanye's Saint Pablo Tour kicked off on an epic floating platform in Indianapolis, Indiana, last week, and could be coming to a city near you soon.

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