Kanye West: fashion show with racist slogan

Kanye West (45) provoked a questionable slogan when presenting his new fashion collection.

Kanye West: fashion show with racist slogan

Kanye West (45) provoked a questionable slogan when presenting his new fashion collection. The musician and designer wore a shirt that read "White Lives Matter." The sentence is a response to the "Black Lives Matter" movement, which was founded to protest police violence against African Americans. The saying "White Lives Matter" is widespread in the right-wing scene - not only in the USA, but also in Germany.

Kanye West presented his new YZY Season 9 collection in Paris on Monday. Candace Owens (33) posed at his side. She also wore a shirt with "White Lives Matter" printed on it. She posted pictures of it on Twitter. Models on the catwalk are said to have worn clothes with the controversial phrase.

Candace Owens is known in the US as a journalist and commentator. She is considered one of the most important critics of "Black Lives Matter" and a representative of Afro-American conservatism. She supports Donald Trump and is classified by some US media as right-wing extremists. Owens is also said to have influenced Kanye West to become a Trump supporter. In 2018, the rapper spoke to the then US President wearing a hat with Trump's slogan MAGA ("Make America Great Again") printed on it.

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