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Kanye West calls his 'White Lives Matter' shirt 'fun', says Vogue is behind the 'set'

Kanye “Ye” West is talking about the “White Lives Matter” shirt he wore for his Yeezy show at Paris Fashion Week on Monday.

In acceptingFox News’ During the interview) Tucker Carlson Tonight aired Thursday, the rapper was asked why he was wearing this, which caused an immediate backlash in the fashion world and beyond shirt, West responded that he did “determine certain things from feeling.” He went on to say, “It’s using intuition, connection to God and ingenuity.”

West said his father texted him to say he thought the shirt was humorous, the star himself Agreed too. “My dad, an educated ex-Black Panther, sent me a text today and he said, ‘White lives matter, hahaha,'” the star recalled. “I said, ‘I think this shirt is funny; I think the idea of ​​me wearing it is funny. I said, ‘Dad, why do you think this is funny?’ He said, ‘It’s just a black man stating the obvious.

When asked why he thought the shirt was seen as controversial, West said, “Because it strips us of our identity and labels us a color , which tells us what it means to be black and the vernacular we should have. “

He continued with “Vogue” Editor Gabriela Carrefa-Johnson, criticized the shirt on social media. West then posted negative comments about the editor, including suggestions Vogue as

In a conversation with Carlson, Wes Influencers have been brought in to influence his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, to file for divorce in February, Te said. “Nobody in fashion knows where Gabby is from,” West said. “These people are literally in the lab.” manufactured in.

He went on to say, “This Gabby girl and Gigi and these guys, they’re never going to say anything negative unless they get OK. From [Vogue publisher] Condé Nast, unless they have permission from Anna. “It’s a setup,” West added.

The publication defended Karefa-Johnson in a Instagram post on Tuesday. “Vogue stands with our global fashion editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, our longtime contributor,” the message said. Part of it reads. “She was personally attacked and bullied. This is not acceptable. ”



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