Kanye West fans don’t just have their panties in a pile.
The rapper turned fashion designer is being slammed online for selling his latest clothing collection in trash bags.
“That’s how they sell Yeezy GAP,” a New York-based Twitter user captioned a photo showing disheveled goods stuffed into large black trash bags on the floor of a Gap store.
According to the eyewitness, “The seller said that Ye got angry when he saw that they had [his clothes] on hangers” because “that’s how he wanted it”.
“They won’t help you find [your] size,” they added, “you just have to search everything.
“That’s all that’s wrong with billionaires,” the dissident argued. “They don’t see the plight of people anymore, they don’t see humans suffering, they see opportunities to be ‘angry’ and take advantage of them…it’s disgusting.”
Another upset fan claimed to have seen the same type of Yeezy Gap display at a store in Houston, explaining“I can say that would make me quit my job if I was still on the visuals team.”
“This oversized shit has to stop. Buddy looks like he’s about to sit down for a haircut in this T,” a social media user jokedwhile another underline the irony of “pulling a $240 hoodie out of a trash bag”.
Last week, the 45-year-old father of four explained that his “biggest inspiration for any design” was “the homeless”.
His Instagram post prompted comments such as “no homeless people buy $200 yeezys 💀” and “yeah look at the homeless so we can sell $499 shoes to middle class people”.
Representatives for West did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.