Gigi Hadid Called Kanye West A “Joke” After His “White Lives Matter” T-Shirt Stunt

October 4, 2022 / Posted by:

In Kanye West’s latest “LOOK AT ME!” moment, he and Candace Owens paraded around like buffoons while wearing t-shirts adorned with the moniker “White Lives Matter.”  Kanye West got the attention he was thirsting for, and Vogue editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson shared her thoughts about his shirts on Instagram. Gabriella wrote that she thinks Kanye was trying to be subversive but that it fell flat and is actually “dangerous” and “irresponsible.” Instead of taking in what Gabriella had to say, Kanye made fun of her fashion sense, which led to Gigi Hadid coming to her defense.

Many people think Kanye needs a nap and a time out after his latest antics supporting the non-existent White Lives Matter movement because, according to TMZ, he believes the Black Lives Matter movement was nothing more than lies and propaganda. Honestly, that’s an area he has a lot of expertise in since he was chewed up and spit out by the greatest purveyors of propaganda since wartime America ads; the Kardashians.

Ye took to IG to respond to all the blowback he’s been getting — and it’s been A LOT — over a shirt he and his Yeezy models were rocking during his fashion show Monday … which had the controversial message plastered across the back.

Ye says, “EVERYONE KNOWS THAT BLACK LIVES MATTER WAS A SCAM NOW ITS OVER YOU’RE WELCOME.”

Kanye’s handlers and therapist must be on a joint vacation for a mental break from his craziness, but they should have waited until AFTER the show. But since they were clearly absent to prevent this, Gabriella shared her thoughts about his shirts, but all that did was piss him off even more. Because instead of absorbing her words as a teachable moment, he reverted into the child he is by making fun of her boots. And when it comes to Kanye, he should NEVER make fun of anyone else’s shoes since his Yeezy line looks like low-end bargain bin daywear for SpongeBob SquarePants.

KW also went after one specific person who criticized him because of his fashion choice/political statement — a contributing editor for Vogue named Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, who called his shirt “dangerous” and “irresponsible” in a well-thought-out analysis.

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