Don’t expect to see the Hadids on any future Yeezy shows.
Late Wednesday night, Kanye West Post an Instagram photo From Bella Hadid’s Wide Out Dress From the Coburn show During Paris Fashion Week.
But the rapper, 45, added the phrase “White Lives Matter” to the front of Hadid’s look making headlines – a reference to his controversial T-shirts. Submit your listing On Monday, which was printed with the same aggressive logo.
The Yeezy founder commented on the post, “Oh and I both wore a really cool shirt.
West hits Bella after her older sister Gigi swipe the rapper To mock Vogue editor and designer Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, who called “White Lives Matter” T-shirts “extremely offensive, violent and dangerous.”
“You wish you had a percentage of her intelligence. Hadid, 27, commented on one of West’s posts.
“As if the ‘honour’ of inviting you to your show should prevent someone from giving their opinion..? Lol. You’re a bully and a joke.”
After Karefa-Johnson shared her critique of West’s group, the musician poked fun at her personal style on social media, prompting several industry insiders — including the Hadids, who have worked with Karefa-Johnson on a variety of projects — to show their support for the designer. .
West later said that he and the designer Sit and adjust.
“Gabi is my sister,” you wrote on Instagram Tuesday night. “I don’t let people go to bed thinking I haven’t met GABRIELLE at 5 PM today for two hours and then we went to dinner.”
He also alleged that the conversation was filmed by “Elvis” director Baz Luhrmann at the request of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.
He added, “We apologized to every other party because the way we presented to everyone else we felt like we were actually walking and fighting for acceptance in a world that wasn’t ours.”
but Gigi Jump in the commentsopposing the way West colloquially addressed the editor after his attacks.
She commented on his post, “It’s Gabriella.”
Kareva Johnson Speak in the middle of the drama On Tuesday evening, sharing her Instagram Stories, “One thing about me: I will always speak my mind, and always try to respect its truth. My thoughts are my thoughts, and I stand by them. Thank you all for supporting me in that.”
Among other stars who have publicly denounced West’s “White Lives Matter” T-shirts Hailey BieberAnd the Jaden SmithKendall Jenner and Judy Turner Smith. As Sean “Diddy” Combs weighed in, Describing the West as a “free thinker” But criticize it as “tone-deaf”.
Meanwhile, Drake seemed to show his support for West when he liked Ye’s Instagram post trolling Bieber; The “Praise be to God” provocateur proudly shared a snapshot of his fellow rapper’s approval.
“Everyone knows me and has had competition in the past, it really warmed my heart to see the clouds like one of my message, we still need the DONDA team to run NOCTA, ALL DRAKE MUSIC WILL BE PLAYED IN DONDA GAMES” comment the post.
Through it all, the West owns He continued to defend his “White Lives Matter” designs..
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