Kanye West He is officially mixing his policy with the fashion line. After his comments in favor of Trump that he made in SNL, in the White House and even in an Apple Store, Kanye simply upped the ante by debuting a line of T-shirts that advocate a "Blexit" – a black outing from the Democratic Party – at the Young Black Leaders Summit in Washington, DC, on October 27, organized by the conservative group Turning Point USA Candace Owens. After Shade Room published images of the summit, with the slogans "Blexit" and "We Free", several fans took the comments to express their frustration and anger over Kanye's new clothes.
Instagram user Simmbba He wrote: "And that's why we should stop buying your merchandise all together." Meanwhile, im_justcbdot He commented: "So, are we just going to let him continue with this nonsense? We're taking an L for this." Y _767_chantalle_jay_971_ He replied: "Why do you think blacks are blind, sheep or mute? I hate that they continue acting as if the black community was incapable of independent thinking! We just do not like Donald Trump and, unfortunately, he represents this whole party. Even if his opinions may not be the same as his, he is still his spokesperson. "
"Blexit is a renaissance and I am blessed to say that this logo, these colors, were created by my dear friend and superhero Kanye West," Candace told the people who attended the summit, according to the Daily mail. "[West] He has taken one of the boldest steps in the United States to start a conversation we need to have. "
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