Kanye West has taken a pot-shot as his former wife, Kim Kardashian, for exposing her bare bottom in a recent magazine shoot.
Speaking to Fox News, the rapper said all people ever wanted to do was sexualise her, suggesting she was too impressionable to say no.
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“Kim is a Christian, but she has people who want her to go to Interview Magazine and put her ass out while she’s a 40-something multi-billionaire with four black children,” he said, referring to the recent raunchy fashion shoot.
“And this is how fashion wants to present her.”
He said that stylists and influencers “put so many things” in “Kim’s head.”
The musician then went on to accuse Kardashian off ripping off some of his Yeezy designs to use in her own brand, SKIMS.
“SKIMS is based on a lot of the Yeezy ideas,” he said.
“I had to use my relationships in fashion in order to establish Kim so fashionable people would say, ‘I’m down to wear Kim’s line’.”
But Kanye, or Ye as he now wants to be known, didn’t stop there.
He accused SKIMS of being “overly sexualised”, saying he had a “lot of issues” with the images used in the campaigns.
“I feel like there’s a lot of imagery that was overly sexualised and things I wouldn’t want to see my wife and definitely not my daughters doing in the future in order to sell product.”
Kanye and Kim have four children together, but she is not his wife – the pair were divorced in March this year.
But it seems he still wants to have a say about what she wears.
On a recent episode of The Kardashians, his ex-wife shared some of the text messages he had sent her about outfits she had worn to Milan Fashion Week in February.
“The orange look made me so mad, would’ve went to jail before I went out in that,” he texted her about an oversized Prada jumpsuit she had worn.
Kanye has been in trouble of his own recently when it comes to making controversial fashion decisions.
He and conservative commentator Candace Owens were both pictured wearing “White Lives Matter” shirts at his Yeezy fashion show in Paris on Monday.
The stunt sparked controversy, with Kanye telling Fox News it just felt “right” to wear the T-shirt.
His own spokesman, Jason Lee, quit working for Kanye in protest, writing on Instagram that his former employer was “gaslighting black people and empowering white supremacy.”
But Kanye doubled down, posting a picture of the shirt to Instagram on Wednesday.
“Here’s my latest response when people ask me why I made a tee that says white lives matter … THEY DO.”
Others in the fashion industy were not impressed with the Paris moment.
Model Linda Evangelista responded with a Black Lives Matter sign on her own Instagram page.
“Black. Lives. Matter,” she wrote.
“Today, fashion made me sad.”
Vogue fashion editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson called the move “hugely irresponsible.”
“It didn’t land and it was deeply offensive, violent and dangerous,” she wrote.
Kanye’s response was to post a number of images of Karefa-Johnson and then make fun of her fashion sense.
Model Gigi Hadid didn’t pull any punches, either.
“You’re a bully and a joke,” she wrote in a since-deleted Twitter comment.
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