Kanye West revealed in an odd new post that he had a “crush” on Kylie Jenner’s best pal Stassie. The 45-year-old expressed his admiration for 25-year-old Anastasia ‘Stassie’ Karanikolaou, who is friends with his ex-sister wife’s Kim Kardashian.
After receiving criticism for his ‘White Lives Matter clothing during Paris Fashion Week, he recently rekindled his fight with the Kardashians.
In a typical Ye manner, he shared post after post on Instagram before suddenly deleting everything and starting over. For Thursday, he discussed his crush on Stassie, whom he helped sneak into the Balenciaga fashion show at PFW.
“OK OK OK I’LL ADMIT I ASKED JOHAN TO SLIM ANASTASIA VICTORIA AND CARTER INTO THE BALENCIAGA SHOW, AND YES, THE ENTIRE WORLD KNOWS I HAVE A CRUSH ON STAS,” the Grammy-winning artist said on her Instagram account.
Kanye most likely refers to Johan Fleury, the director of VIP and couture relations at Balenciaga.
Afterward, he stated that her friend Victoria is also “awesome” and that “people should not be inhibited by the fear of losing something.” The Stronger rapper wasn’t done with his post that went up and down like a roller coaster.
“JUST LIKE I TOLD [Givenchy designer] MATT WILLIAMS IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING BECAUSE OF MY POST, I’M HERE AND THERE’S AN OPTION TO THE CALABASAS MAFIA,” he said.
Kylie, Khloe, and Christine Quinn went to the Balenciaga show with Stassie. Kanye opened the brand’s show the day before his Yeezy show on Monday, which made a lot of people angry.
People have criticized him for wearing “White Lives Matter” shirts and attacking Vogue fashion editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson online. Get the biggest news about the entertainment industry sent straight to your inbox. Sign up for the free newsletter from Mirror Showbiz.
He made fun of Gabriella after she said something negative about shirts, which made Jaden Smith leave the show. Gabriella, who was at the show, said in a series of Instagram Stories, “It didn’t land, and it was deeply offensive, violent, and dangerous.”
On the back of the shirt, “White Lives Matter” was written in big white letters. Candace Owens, a conservative commentator, also wore the shirt. At least one Black model wore the t-shirt shirt while walking down the runway.
“White Lives Matter” has been called a hate slogan in the past by the Anti-Defamation League.
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