by Becca London | RNN
Kanye West made quite the statement at Paris Fashion Week by wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt.
During his Monday showcasing for his Season 9 Yeezy collection, West gave a speech while wearing the shirt.
This was West’s first time taking his collection to Paris Fashion Week.
According to High Snobiety, West’s fashion show was thrown together in the eleventh hour with his clothes barely arriving in Paris on Sunday.
The fashion show comes weeks after the rapper severed ties with the clothing brands Gap and Adidas, in pursuit of going solo with his Yeezy brand.
West said the reason he cut ties with the clothing giants is because the clothes were made in China, and he wanted to “bring industry back to America.”
West got support from a variety of friends as supermodel Naomi Campbell closed out the fashion show, and then Kanye hit the runway with conservative commentator Candace Owens, both delivering a big slap in the face to the corrupt ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement.…
As Candace displayed on her Instagram account, on the front of Kanye’s shirts were a stylized image of former Pope John Paul II — the legendary Cold Warrior who battled against the USSR in defense of freedom as much as he did to save souls — rather than the current left-wing Pope Francis.
West is a devout Christian who reportedly is not fond of the current Pope:
Here’s a closer look at the front of the shirt:
A friend described West’s Christian born-again experience in September 2019: “Kanye started this to really heal himself and it was a really personal thing, and it was just friends and family … He has had an amazing evolution of being born again and being saved by Christ.”
In October 2019, West said with respect to his past, “When I was trying to serve multiple gods it drove me crazy” in reference to the “god of ego, god of money, god of pride, the god of fame”, and that “I didn’t even know what it meant to be saved” and that now “I love Jesus Christ. I love Christianity.”
Liberals online are predicatably going nuts over this event, calling both Kanye and Candace “self-hating” “Uncle Toms,” and “apologists for white supremacy.”
But I think it is safe to say neither one cares much, and is satisifed at this slam at the utterly corrupt BLM organisation, the leaders of which have been exposed as funneling millions in donations to build their own personal luxury real estate empires.