Kanye West is reportedly planning to use the pic of the plastic surgeon who operated on his late mother as the cover of his upcoming album! But now, Dr. Jan Adams has written a letter to the rapper, asking him to not do this and swearing he was not the one who killed Donda.
Dr. Jan Adams made it very clear in his letter that he is grateful Kanye is trying to forgive him but still argued that he was not to blame for the tragedy.
Dr. Adams wrote that the one who should be held responsible is Kanye’s cousin, who was in charge of taking care of her after the surgery had taken place.
A few days ago, the rapper shared on social media that he wants to let go of his resentment towards the doctor and also posted a photo of him, claiming he will be using it as his album’s cover.
In the letter, the cosmetic surgeon thanks Kanye for considering his photo as his new album art but requires that he ‘cease and desist using the photo or any other image of me to promote your album or any of your works. I do not want to appear ungrateful but it is inappropriate to drag all the negativity of the past with it.’
Adams goes on to argue and explain in detail, using the autopsy as proof, that his procedures had nothing to do with the woman’s passing back in 2007.
The autopsy report also mentions how Donda’s nephew, Dr. Stephen Scoggins was expected to act like her primary post-op caregiver but instead, he left her alone for hours instead of checking up on the woman frequently.
‘Perhaps you should put your cousin’s picture on your album. Do not put my picture out there and claim you’re about love. Love deals with the truth. If you want to heal, call out the people in your camp who knew better and persisted with the charade just to hide their guilt,’ the doctor went on in his letter.
Apparently, he has tolerated the incorrect and negative reports for years just out of respect for Kanye but he should not ‘mistake kindness for weakness!’
Kanye tweeted the letter and wrote: ‘Open letter from Jan Adams. This is amazing. Thank you so much for this connection, brother. I cannot wait to sit with you and start healing.’