By Evan Slead
August 02, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT
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IKEA is hoping to do for Kanye West what he claims he did for Taylor Swift.

In a Facebook post on the IKEA Australia page Monday night, the furniture giant responded to the rapper’s recent comments about his hopes to partner with the Sweden-based company on a line of home furnishings. 

“Hej Kanye, we’d love to see what you’d create…we could make you Famous!” the company playfully captioned, referencing his recent single of the same name where he raps he made Taylor Swift famous. The message appears with an image of three beds lined up next to each other, big enough to sleep all of the people portrayed in the song’s accompanying video — Swift, Donald Trump, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Kim Kardashian, and others among them.

Kanye, who expressed his interest in interior design during an interview with BBC Radio One and has his own clothing and shoe line, YEEZY, was photographed in early March touring IKEA’s head office in Almhult, Sweden, there to reportedly discuss a design collection, after which he tweeted about his visit that he was “super inspired” and that his “mind is racing with the possibililities.”

The recent “Famous” track of his The Life of Pablo album leads with the lyrics “Me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that b—h famous.” Swift hit back after its release, stating she was unaware of its negative reference toward her. Watch the “Famous” video below.