Fashion Week scandal: Kanye West berates “programmed sheep”

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Scandal at Fashion Week
Kanye West denounces ‘programmed sheep’

Kanye West appears at Paris Fashion Week in a sweatshirt with the words “White Lives Matter” on it. This causes a lot of noise and headwind. Now the musician speaks out about the scandal and is happy that he showed it to everyone.

Imagine, it’s fashion week in Paris and everyone is only interested in Kanye West. This is exactly what actually happens, because the musician and fashion designer once again caused a real scandal on the spot.

The 45-year-old wore a shirt with the slogan “White Lives Matter”. Next to him was black model Selah Marley, the 23-year-old granddaughter of reggae icon Bob Marley and daughter of singer Lauryn Hill, whose family struggles with its own racism.

Right-wing conservatives rejoice

West initially left open what he wanted to express with this appearance. The anti-racism organization “Anti-Defamation League” classified the verdict as a racist reaction to the “Black Lives Matter” movement. The inversion of their motto to “White Lives Matter” has long been rife in the right-wing scene. And so the black right-wing activist Candace Owens shared a photo of West and Marley in their debatable clothes.

Now Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband himself is commenting on the scandal on Instagram and celebrating that he managed to expose people with his action. Because instead of devoting himself to the rest of the local fashion, which he himself considers “crazy, too expensive” and writing about it, the coverage at Fashion Week would now only be about him and his shirts, he writes. in the mail.

“Paradigm shift” wanted

He was concerned about a “paradigm shift,” West continued. That his shirt is now getting all the attention is because we are all “programmed sheep”. In another photo post, showing the sweatshirt with the print again, when asked why he printed “White Lives Matter” on it, he replied: “Because it is!”

Kanye West presented the ninth collection from his label Yezee aka YZY on Monday in a hall near the Arc de Triomphe. Only a little over 100 guests were invited, the rest could follow the spectacle on YouTube. “We are the street, we are the culture”, was his motto that evening.

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