Kim Kardashian Claps Back At Propagators Of Nasty Yeezy Season 7 Rumors

Kanye West might be in a hiatus from social media, but that won't stop Kim Kardashian from setting the record straight for the Yeezy Season 7.

Kardashian simply won't let anyone get away with nasty speculations about the Yeezy Season 7. In a series of tweets, the 37-year-old KKW Beauty owner lashed out at a Twitter account named Yeezy Mafia, which was believed to consist of people in the know of the rapper's line.

In a now-deleted post, Yeezy Mafia said West's Yeezy Season 7 would not include any clothes nor accessories, but only shoes, as he "couldn't do what he wanted to achieve with this collection." Guests were allegedly invited to see West's line but were only made aware of the changes during the event.

While the designer himself seemed to have not released any statement on the matter, his wife is rushing to his side, certainly not taking things lightly. Aside from lashing out at the verified account, Kardashian also made some announcement about the Yeezy Season 7.

"How can a verified account represent Yeezy with false information," Kardashian wrote in a tweet.

This was followed by Kardashian slamming the account which she said was not at all affiliated with Yeezy. Furthermore, she alleged the account of sharing fake colorways.

While she called the issue off, Kardashian revealed that Yeezy Season 7 is pretty much about to be released anytime soon. She substantiated this when she cited her recent trip to the Land of the Rising Sun.

During her escapade with her sisters, Kardashian sported numerous pieces that she said would be available "online soon" as part of the Yeezy Season 7. In their getaway, she wore a blue spandex and was also spotted wearing a knee-length snake-skin boots.

"Yeezy does not play by fashion rules. The show room was strictly shoes & always intended for that," Kardashian stressed.

Finally, Kardashian followed up her fans and said she "made calls." This was a reply to a fan who asked her how can the account have "Yeezy" in it while a fan page "TeamKanye" could not be allowed to use the rapper's name.


However, GQ pointed out that Yeezy Mafia had been accurate in its foretelling of the line. They provide details like colors and release dates even before these get announced by the brands themselves, only to be confirmed later.

The small blue check beside Yeezy Mafia's name also proves that it has gotten a huge following, though that is no way to measure it's posts' veracity. However, it should be taken into account that a huge fan base might mean a lot of people trust the insiders for inklings for the brand's line.

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