Kanye West’s controversial White Lives Matter fakes are being sold on online sales platforms.
Here’s everything you need to know.
A fake White Lives Matter shirt from Kanye West is on sale.
Kanye West went viral on social media in a White Lives Matter shirt. He showed off the shirt at the Yeezy Season 9 presentation at Paris Fashion Week earlier this week.
However, West, now acting under the name of Ye, has yet to officially launch the controversial shirt. However, replica versions of the shirt are sold on sale sites.
Several listings on eBay have cited long-sleeved shirts under titles such as ‘Lives Matter-Kanye West-Candace Owens’ or ‘Kanye Style All Lives Matter’.
Also, although the list doesn’t include the word ‘White’ in the description, the actual clothes are bolded.
A source close to the 45-year-old rapper said West had the final say over the sale of the shirt. But for now, it doesn’t look like they’re really interested in selling the actual design.
Meanwhile, fake shirts are on sale on eBay for around $20-$25. Obviously cheaper than the Donda hitmaker’s official merchandise over $100.
West’s original shirt also includes a photo of Pope John Paul II on the front. However, the fake only has the phrase ‘White Lives Matter’ engraved on it.
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Kanye West used social media to respond to criticism from celebrities like White Lives Matter shirts, especially Gigi Hadid.
He said, ‘I thought everyone was attacking me so freely about my t-shirt, but Candace Owens was the only public figure who said it was wrong for the Kardashians not to see my daughter.’
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She said, ‘Yes, I love you. I don’t want to do this on social media, but you keep bringing it up here. You are the father of my nephews and nephews and I try to respect them, but when you want to be biased, please take down Kimberley and stop using my family.’
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