Kanye West ISN’T dissing Amber Rose and Blac Chyna’s VMA outfits. Instead, the rapper loves what they wore and believes that’s how they ‘truly felt about themselves.’ Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details!
The shade is real! Kanye West, 38, could have had a field day commenting on the VMA attire worn by Amber Rose, 31, Blac Chyna, 27. But the 2020 Presidential candidate isn’t knocking them because he thinks that’s how the two “truly feel about themselves,” HollywoodLife.com is EXCLUSIVELY reporting.
The writing was all over Amber and Blac’s bodies. The words “Wh**e, B**ch, Slut, Golddigger,” splashed across their skin tight outfits. But according to Kanye, he felt that women were wearing those slogans because that’s who they feel they are at heart. “As a powerhouse fashion designer himself, what he wears is a reflection of who he is and how he feels on the inside,” a source close to the Yeezus artist explained to HollywoodLife.com. “In answering what he thought of Amber and her sidekicks’ wardrobe at the VMAs, he thought those outfits were an expression of how they truly felt about themselves!”
Kanye West Making New Album Titled ’20/20 Vision’
Kanye’s got the world buzzing about the VMAs that aired Aug. 30. But it’s not about music. Kanye dropped a bomb on the planet when he told the world he was running for President in 2020! And as HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the Presidential hopeful is considering making a new album titled 20/20 Vision. “Kanye’s seriously considering campaigning right now and one of the ways he’s thinking about doing it is to get his message to the people through his music,” another source EXCLUSIVELY revealed. “[He’s] thinking about doing a new album outlining his plans and policies for a better America, and he thought about calling it 20/20 Vision,” the source continued. “Kanye knows that like most of his albums, this one would sell in droves. And while he might not have 20/20 vision himself, he’s got a vision for 2020!”
HollywoodLifers, do you agree with Kanye? Are Amber and Blac’s outfits a reflection of who they really are?
— Eric Ray