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Candace Owens and Kanye attend the Yeezy fashion presentation in Paris as Kanye is sporting a “White Lives Matter” shirt.

While introducing Season 9 of Yeezy at Paris Fashion Week, Kanye West wore a “White Lives Matter” shirt.

 

To his most recent Yeezy fashion show, Kanye West wore a black t-shirt with the words “White Lives Matter” printed on the back.

 

West, 45, made an appearance at the Paris fashion show on Monday. Rapper made his Season 9 collection debut. Conservative commentator Candace Owens posted a picture of herself next to West wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt while wearing the same t-shirt.

 

According to Page Six, he gave a speech prior to the presentation in which he alluded to the 2016 theft of Kim Kardashian, his problems in the fashion industry, the rupture with Gap following the debut of his partnership with the brand, and more.

 

Reports state that his daughter North walked the runway as a model and that the show included a children’s chorus.

 

Fox News Digital immediately reached out to West, Yeezy, and Black Lives Matter for comment, but no one returned the call.

 

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According to West, who spoke with Vogue Business prior of the presentation, Paris is the “high cathedral of fashion,” which is why he decided to hold the Yeezy fashion show there.

 

“I’ll put on my hoodie, order an Uber, and head over to Future’s house if I’m performing rap songs. Every day. And if we’re developing clothing? Paris.”

 

Rapper “Flashing Lights” opened the Balenciaga show the day before his own fashion display.

 

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Yeezy’s contract with GAP was recently terminated by Kanye, who now goes by the name Ye, making headlines. The singer accused the clothes retailer of neglecting to promote the Yeezy relationship in a letter of termination he delivered to GAP in September.

 

Because of GAP’s flagrant noncompliance, Ye was left with little choice but to cancel their collaboration agreement, according to Ye’s lawyer Nicholas Gravante, Co-Chair of the Global Litigation Group of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP.

 

 

 

“Ye had carefully attempted to resolve these issues with GAP through both direct communication and advice. He had made no progress.”

 

Hoodies, sweatshirts, and jackets were all part of West’s GAP apparel line.

 

 

Brandon James

Brandon James is a Journalist at Flaunt Weekly.

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