After a month of feverishly counting down to Kanye West's new album Jesus Is King, the promised day, Friday, September 27, finally came... and went...

Then, after Kim Kardashian promised the delayed album would finally arrive on Sunday night, hardcore fans stayed up through the night only for the album to fail to materialize.

While listening sessions in Detroit, Chicago, and New York prove that the album does actually exist, fans are still paranoid that Jesus Is King could go the same way as YANDHI. And of course, they responded to the disappointment the best way they know how — with memes. Browse the best reactions below.

On Sunday our patience had been truly tested

Even after Kim told us to "Have faith"

By Monday it appears that we'd been Yandhi'd

After getting clowned on Friday

Will we ever recover from this?

Meanwhile Kanye...

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