Kanye West turned on Hailey Bieber after she defended Vogue editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson for criticizing his “White Lives Matter” T-shirts.
Amid his drama-filled week, the rapper shared a screenshot — after he Googled his name — of an E! News article detailing Bieber’s support for Karefa-Johnson.
“Wait Am I canceled again???,” the fashion designer, 45, captioned the Instagram post. “Justin [Bieber] please let me know.”
On Tuesday, Hailey expressed her support for the fashion editor after West shamelessly bullied her.
“My respect for you runs deep my friend!,” the model wrote on her Instagram Stories, adding that “to know you is to adore you and to work with you is an honor. the most kind. the most talented. the most fun. the most chic.”
The 25-year-old — and other A-list stars — also supported Karefa-Johnson on Wednesday when the fashion editor spoke out for the first time after finding herself in the midst of Ye’s wrath.
“One thing about me: I will always speak my mind, and always try to honor my truth. My thoughts are my own, and I stand by them. Thank you all for supporting me in that,” the 30-year-old trendsetter wrote via Instagram Story.
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However, in a separate post, she detailed the extreme “fat phobia” she faced online since the “Donda” rapper openly mocked her to his 17.9 million followers.
“I’ve fielded some serious volatility over the last couple days but nothing has been quite as bad as what people have said about my body and the way I look,” Karefa-Johnson wrote, adding that regardless of the comments she is “not humiliated to show up as my authentic self in the world.”
Although West seems unsure if he’s “canceled again,” many fashion insiders don’t see him coming back from this most recent collection, which he presented during Paris Fashion Week.
One fashion insider told Page Six exclusively, “It’s a wrap. People were disgusted and outraged.”
However, another stood by the fashion designer, saying, “If you have money, you’ll never be canceled.”