Kanye West's fans may have to wait two more weeks to hear his highly anticipated 10th studio album Donda.
On Friday, the social media star Justin Laboy tweeted that West was delaying the already long-delayed album until August 6 in order to 'put out the best possible product without rushing anything.'
Earlier on Thursday, the 44-year-old rap superstar premiered a version of the album to a massive crowd at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Same old story: Kanye West, 44, has reportedly delayed the release of his 10th studio album Donda to August 6. He previously announced it would be released on Friday; seen Thursday in AtlantaInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Laboy, who has been publicizing Donda in recent weeks and claimed to have heard it in full, tweeted on Friday evening that the album had been delayed.
It was previously announced that they album would be released digitally on Friday, following the listening party the day before.
'Kanye West will move the release date of Donda to August 6th,' Laboy tweeted. 'Thanks for your patience [heart emoji] He wants to give his fans the best possible product without rushing anything. He loves yall with all of his heart. God bless #Donda #respectfully.'
Fans already expected some kind of a delay after the album failed to materialize at midnight on Friday, when new music is usually released digitally.
Taking their time: Justin Laboy announced on Twitter that it would be delayed to August 6 'to give his fans the best possible product without rushing anything'
The disappointed users took to Twitter to express their frustration with having to wait two more weeks before sampling Donda.
On Twitter user shared a humorous video of a man applying clown makeup and captioned it, 'Me thinking I was gonna wake up to a new Kanye West album #DONDA.'
Another person used the popular Anakin and Padmé meme from Attack Of The Clones to dramatize the delayed album release.
'How Kanye got us all feeling rn,' they wrote.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
One user imagined a conversation between 'regular folks' and 'Kanye fans.'