Kendall Jenner knows exactly whom to support.
Jaden Smith walked out of the controversial Yeezy Season 9 fashion show during Paris Fashion Week and took to Twitter to admit that he “had to dip lol” after seeing Kanye West and other models wearing t-shirts with a statement saying, “White Lives Matter.”
The 24-year-old actor and Kendall’s long-time friend added, “I Don’t Care Who’s It Is If I Don’t Feel The Message I’m Out. Black Lives Matter.”
The 26-year-old reality star supported Jaden by liking his posts about Kanye’s show. Kendall’s sister, Kim Kardashian, and the Yeezy founder were married for six year and have four children together. However, the two split in February 2021.
Kanye told the crowd during his latest fashion show that his new clothing line marks a “new frontier.” He said, “This is an unmanageable situation. This is God’s dream, a dream that can’t happen without the help of God.”
The day after his viral show, Kanye continued to make a noise on social media. This time, he attacked Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, Vogue contributing editor, who also shared her opinion about his clothing line. Ye responded by taking to Instagram to share photos of her and criticizing her style.
However, supermodel Gigi Hadid came to her rescue. She defended Gabriella whom she worked with in the past. She called Kanye “a bully and joke.”
She tweeted, “You wish u had a percentage of her intellect. You have no idea haha…. If there’s actually a point to any of your s–t. She might be the only person that could save u. As if the ‘honor’ of being invited to your show should keep someone from giving their opinion? Lol.”- Advertisement -
Gigi also praised the style editor on her Instagram Stories by referring to her as “one of the most important voices in our industry.” Though she never mentioned the Donda artist’s name on her post, she mentioned that Gabriella “could school that disgraceful man in more ways than he knows.”
On October 4, the rapper posted on Instagram that he met with his “SISTER” Gabriella and it lasted for two hours. He said, “WE APOLOGIZED TO EACH OTHER FOR THE WAY WE MADE EACH OTHER FEEL. WE ACTUALLY GOT ALONG AND HAVE BOTH EXPERIENCED THE FIGHT FOR ACCEPTANCE IN A WORLD THAT’S NOT OUR OWN.”