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Pizza Hut mocks Kanye West with job offer

Pizza Hut has poked fun at Kanye West by offering a job after he claimed he needs more money.

The pizza chain took to his UK Twitter account to poke fun at the US rapper, who has said he owes $53 million and needs extra money to ”bring more beautiful ideas to the world”, by joking that he should ”knead some dough” at one of their branches to get some cash. Pizza Hut UK wrote: ”Please give us a call about your job application. Thanks.

”Stop telling everyone you need dough and try kneading some dough. We got your C.V. today. You start at 9am tomorrow.” The tweets were in response to Kanye writing: ”Yes I am personally rich and I can buy furs and houses for my family”
Pizza Hut mocks Kanye West with job offer
What’s more, Pizza Hut even mocked up a Kanye West CV, which had ”being the greatest” and ”keeping straight face” down as some of his ”skills”. God was put down as one of the ”references” but Taylor Swift’s name had been crossed off the list.

However, Kanye can count on support from his wife Kim Kardashian West, their two-year-old daughter North, who were both down as referees on his fake CV – as was Kanye himself.

The resume was also littered with spelling errors and overlapping text, and featured ”baggy pants” and ”making the best shoes ever” under the ”experiences” section.

One fan suggested the users of Pizza Hut’s UK Twitter should get a ”pay rise” for their quip, but they continued the joke. In response, they wrote: ”No no, Carly. We couldn’t accept a pay rise. Kanye needs the money more.” BangShowBiz.com

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