Rapper Kanye West has been questioned by model Gigi Hadid after mocking the clothes of a Vogue editor who criticized his collection at Paris Fashion Week via social networks.
Rapper Kanye West has been embroiled in a new controversy over his statements on social networks.This fact made Kim leave her Kardashian ex-husband at the meeting To Vogue magazine and model Gigi Hadid.
It all started on Monday when the American appeared at Paris Fashion Week wearing a T-shirt with the phrase “White Lives Matter” on it. To a controversial movement born as a response to “Black Lives Matter.”
The latter appeared in the United States in the form of protests by the country’s African citizens. With him they sought equal rights, Social justice by number of victims of racism A media case known all over the world.
On the other hand, the slogan used by West is Used by supporters of former President Donald Trump as a racist reaction to the campaign.
After the show, Vogue Contributing Editor Gabriela Kalefa Johnson said, West has accused West of using the phrase on his Instagram story.
as mentioned IndependentKalefa Johnson shared a video on her story in which she showed one of the models with a slogan.
“I am furious. I will organize my thoughts(…) (This is) an inexcusable action. ” , he wrote in the same log. Shortly after Kalefa Johnson herself convinced West to be “extremely irresponsible” in suggesting that, according to the media, “The idea that white supremacy is on the verge of extinction.”
Kanye West’s attack and Gigi Hadid’s defense
The editor’s words didn’t sit well with West, who shared photos of people criticizing him through social networks. Professionals didn’t have a “style” to talk about fashion.
Similarly, in publications, he has made fun of the communicator’s different outfits, even going so far as to associate the director of the Vogue medium with Kalefa Johnson’s outfit. , came out to defend the writer.
“I wish I had some percentage of his intelligence You have no idea; if your crap really makes sense, she might be the only one who can save you. ”
“Do you think the ‘honor’ of being invited to your show should keep anyone away from your opinion? You’re a bully and a joke.” Hadid later added to the same comment.
A few hours later, West returned to his social network, posting an editorial photo in the foreground and revealing: both met and apologized “Gabby is my sister,” he wrote at the beginning of the text, while Hadid commented, “Her name is Gabriella.”
Vogue magazine message in support of editors
Similarly, through Vogue magazine’s social networks, the media released a short statement regarding what happened to the journalist.
“Vogue supports our global fashion editor and longtime collaborator Gabriela Kalefa Johnson.She was targeted on social media and personally harassed. that is unacceptable. Voices like hers are needed now more than ever. ”
They also assured Kalefa Johnson “had a private meeting with you today and once again told the truth the way he felt.” Better on their terms.