Future and Kanye West turn ‘I Won’ into sexist video game

Throw gold chains at women on the beach, win trophies. Just like real romance, right?

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"I don't know, Yeezy, they all kind of look the same to me"

Future already raised some eyebrows with his music video for "I Won", which saw him tenderly rapping lines like "I won me a trophy" over slow-motion images of women rolling around on the beach. But just in case that metaphor wasn't clear enough, he's now released a video game in which you can turn women into actual trophies. 

In the game, you play as either Kanye West or Future, kicking back on the beach in your sun lounger as faceless women in bikinis walk past. The mission of the game is to throw gold chains at women to turn them into trophies for points. 

It's not the first time that Future has created a video game to promote a single off Honest, his sophomore album – in March, he released a game based on the track "Move That Dope" with Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino, in which players had to direct a rookie dealer around as he tried to score $10,000 worth of dope.  

If you want to experience the "I Won" game for yourself and/or enjoy turning women into literal trophies, you can play it below. In the meantime, we'll stick to small-time dealing in "Move That Dope":

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