Kanye West kept his latest Instagram posting spree going into Wednesday night, ending one prolonged missive by throwing a stray at John Legend and telling Justin Bieber to “get your girl before I get mad.”
The reference to Hailey Bieber comes after the pop star’s 25-year-old spouse simply showed kindness to Gabriella Karefa-Johnson following West’s targeting of the Vogue global fashion editor at large. Bieber wrote on her IG Stories, “My respect for you runs deep my friend! to know you is to adore you and to work with you is an honor. the most kind. the most talented. the most fun. the most chic.”
Ye uploaded a screenshot of a headline reading “Hailey Bieber Joins Gigi Hadid in Defending Gabriella Karefa-Johnson After Kanye West Criticism.” In his caps-lock caption he sarcastically inquired, “Wait Am I canceled again??? Justin please let me know.”
A couple hours later, amid a string of posts defending his “White Lives Matter” t-shirt and its supposed “paradigm shifting,” Kanye wrote, “I wanna just let everybody know there was also some fashion this week also. There was a major thing called Fashion Week which really last a month and there were some very well done crazy overpriced clothes being shown. It wasn’t just about my paradigm shifting t-shirt.”
“Just kidding. My tee shit on every body’s showssss,” continued the former 38-year-old-8-year-old, now imbued with 45 years of wisdom and maturity. “Nothing happened but my T shirt. To the Arnaults that hire anybody that worked for me, remember my one T shirt took allllll the attention. Beuase [sic] you’re all fucking programmed sheep. Aaaaaaaaand those boots Gab was wearing were fucking traaaaaaaaaaash.”
He then delivered the coup de grâce referencing his fellow artists: “But I’m sure John Legend still wants a pair. And Justin get your girl before I get mad.”
His caption for all that? “God is love.” OK.
West roped in 25-year-old Bella Hadid immediately after—having already come for Gigi Hadid, 27, who called him “a bully and a joke”—with a post showing the former getting a headline-generating spray-on dress applied, superimposing a meme-y “White Lives Matter” over it. He wrote alongside that one, “Oh and I did a T shirt dress toooooooo good artist borrow great artist steeeeeal I’m the Louvre.”
The uploads nestled next to those included praise for British tabloid the Daily Mail being “really fair and positive…I’m used to attacks from Hollywood actors so to get support for standing my ground is amazing.”
All of these were preceded by another photo of the White Lives Matter shirt and the proclamation, “Here’s my latest response when people ask me why I made a tee that says white lives matter…THEY DO.”
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