Kanye West is shutting down critics who are shaming him for selling his new Yeezy apparel in large sacks that some compared to garbage bags.
In an interview with Fox News on Thursday plasterer dismissed her haters, explaining that her latest collaboration with clothing store Gap is part of her mission to make fashion more equal and accessible. He also clarified that the clothes are displayed in construction bags, no garbage bags.
“Look, man, I’m a reformer,” West said Fox News correspondent Eric Shawn Outside the Gap store in Times Square.
“I’m not here to sit up and apologize for my thoughts. That’s exactly what the media is trying to do: Apologize to us for thoughts that don’t fit exactly as they want us to think.”
Your comments will come days later viral tweet from @owen__lang showed Yeezy merchandise piled up in giant bags on the Gap floor. The tweeter claimed in the caption that a Gap sales representative said, “You’re going to get mad” when he saw the clothes on the hangers and demanded that employees return the items to the sacks.
The “Flashing Lights” hitmaker has previously stated that his Yeezy-Gap collection, which ranges from a $40 choker to a $340 parka, was inspired by “kids” and “homeless people.”
“It’s not a joke,” Ye told Fox News. “This is not a game. This is not just a celebrity collaboration. This is my life. I am fighting for a position to change clothes and bring the best design to people.
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