The Courier-Mail



HAS rap­per Lupe Fi­asco to­tally lost the plot?

The US star, who has col­lab­o­rated with Aus­tralia’s Guy Se­bas­tian in the past, has vowed to de­stroy copies of his third al­bum Lasers with an ac­tual “gi­ant laser”.

Fi­asco (pic­tured) launched the al­bum in 2011 but now wants it va­por­ised.

In a mes­sage to fans on Face­book, he said in­stead of mak­ing a new al­bum this year he wanted to “un­make” one.

“So here’s my idea,” he wrote. “For all you peo­ple who re­ally hated my 3rd al­bum Lasers for what­ever rea­son in the uni­verse I want you to send it back to me so I can de­stroy it with an ac­tual Laser.”

While there’s no mon­ey­back guar­an­tee, he ad­mit­ted that he still loved the al­bum even though many oth­ers didn’t.

“The fact still re­mains that a lot of peo­ple re­ally loved Lasers (Me In­cluded) de­spite the pop­u­lar myth that it’s one of the worst rap al­bums ever but some­times the myth can be stronger than the truth,” he said.

He then called out for fans to send the al­bum back to him and he would de­stroy it on New Year’s Day in 2016.

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