YesAbbriella Karefa-Johnson is the quickest to respond. Vogue editor sits in front row Kanye West’s A model with ‘White Lives Matter’ written on its back follows a fashion show in Paris on Monday. The fashion journalist couldn’t believe her eyes at this provocative reversal of the Black Lives Matter motto. “I’m angry, gather my thoughts. . Karefa-Johnson sharply writes on her Instagram Story. Something like this can’t be justified by the art claim, but is simply “unforgivable.”
Making the display even more bizarre is that the black model is the reggae icon’s 23-year-old granddaughter, Sela Markle. Bob Marley And the daughter of singer Lauryn Hill, whose family itself is plagued by racism. At the end of an awkward performance, you see Kanye West, who only calls himself this, wearing a sweater with the inscription “White Lives Matter”. Some fashion editors have already left the room in anger, and over the next few hours an Insta and Twitter storm breaks out on the 45-year-old star. Incidentally, Pope John Paul II was depicted on the front of his sweater.
“Slavery was an option,” West once said
Could anyone have been prepared for such a scam? Esoteric dealings are common with the West. He once said, “Slavery was a choice”, as if slaves had a choice; Donald Trump backed the surprisingly black rapper with the slogan “Make America Great Again”; He defended alleged abuser Marilyn Manson; After Kim Kardashian split, he followed her for months – and even more so insulted her new boyfriend Pete Davidson.
In addition, there is turmoil in business. Along with his Yeezy brand, West has found success with Nike and adidas Worked with. Two years ago they announced a collaboration with big clothing retailer Gap – which they surprisingly canceled three weeks ago. Like Adidas, there were no agreements placed and not given enough impact.
First appearance in Paris again last Sunday. A man in a thick military uniform opens the Balenciaga show in a mud-covered hall. This broad gait, this immaculate beard, this self-confident appearance. , , Yes it is Yes. He bravely tramples the mud, later standing backstage, but he can hardly be understood because of the mouthguard, as hockey is known; Only his thick tooth splint is provided with Balenciaga lettering.
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