Kanye doubles down on huge controversy with outrageous BLM post
Just when everyone thought that Ye has maybe changed his ways, he's back to causing complete chaos.
After already sparking outrage by sporting the white-supremacist slogan "White Lives Matter" on a shirt at the Paris Fashion Week, the 45-year-old rapper took to Instagram to continue his antics on Tuesday.
First, Ye fired shots at the creative director of Garage magazine Gabriella Karefa-Johnson who attended Yeezy SZN 9 in Paris and slammed the display as "indefensible behavior."
The Hurricane artist posted several shots of Karefa-Johnson on his page and mocked the editor by writing, "This is not a fashion person You speak on Ye Ima speak on you Ask Trevor Noah."
He wrote in a followup post that featured an up close shot of the journalist's boots, "I KNOOOOOOW ANNA HAAAATES THESE BOOTS."
And of course Ye wasn't done with his explosive tirade.
Ye West slams the Black Lives Matter movement
The Donda artist added fuel to the fire when he brazenly called the Black Lives Matter movement a "scam."
The campaign gained international recognition in 2020 after the tragic death of George Floyd.
Ye clearly has very little respect for what BLM stood for as he wrote on his IG story, "Everyone knows that Black Lives Matter was a scam now it’s over you’re welcome."
Given his track record, no one's really surprised that the hip-hop mogul has reverted to childish ways.
Still, this seems like a massive escalation even for him, and he shows no signs of stopping.
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