The cryptic message posted by Kanye West talks of finding inspiration in “the children” and “the homeless.”
On Friday, August 12, Kanye West sent a cryptic statement on social media about his own sense of style.
“Look at the kids…
Consider the destitute…
In bold white lettering against a black background, the post states, “As the main influence for all design.” The rapper from “True Love” decided not to add a caption to the post.
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Ye’s most recent Instagram post was published just two days after he opted to get matching tattoos with Lil Uzi Vert and Steve Lacy which was equally ambiguous. All three artists received the tattoo on the inside of their left biceps, and Lacy posted a photo of it on his Instagram page. It reads, “We are here forever technically.”
Following his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian’s separation from Pete Davidson last week West was in an especially upbeat frame of mind. The nine-month connection between the two saw the Yeezy designer constantly resort to insulting and teasing Davidson, notably doing so in his one-off song “Eazy” with The Game and its two delightfully violent music videos. As West raps, “God protected me from that crash/ Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a-,” a claymation character dubbed “Skete” is taken hostage, buried alive, and then beheaded in the videos.
The rapper falsely claimed that Skate Davidson had passed away at the age of 28 after learning that Kardashian and Davidson had broken up on social media.
The divorce trial between West and Kardashian is presently set for December, but Ye is currently without legal representation after the judge allowed his most recent attorney’s request to leave the case due to an “irreconcilable breakdown” in communication.