“This Reported Event Is Not On Our Schedule,” Ye representatives say of their involvement in a Skid Row fashion collaboration.
When it comes to Ye, his staff is quick to issue a statement attempting to cleanse his name. His staff is clearing the air once more today, denying any reports that he partnered with David Sabastian, the originator of Skid Row Fashion Week.
TMZ stated earlier today that the rapper and Sebastian would collaborate, with homeless people serving as models. Ye’s crew responded with an “Aht Aht” and a statement to The New York Post indicating that no such project is in the works.
According to a Yeezy GAP spokeswoman, “Ye has a deep and solution-oriented dedication to solving issues around homelessness.” “However, this stated event is not currently on our calendar, and we are unaware of any product partnership in the works.”
While the announcement was disappointing, fans may look forward to more from Ye in the future. After releasing his tenth studio album, ‘DONDA,’ in August, he announced today that ‘DONDA 2’ is in the works.
“Ye has started working on his new masterpiece Donda 2,” music executive Steven Victor told Complex, referring to the album’s release date of February 22nd. “Listen, [Donda 2] is arriving sooner than you think,” he remarked. The procession has begun and will not be stopped.” All eyes have been on him and his new boo Julia Fox outside of ‘DONDA 2’. They’ve been called “Juliye” by the actress.
The two were spotted at the Schiaparelli Haute Couture summer/spring 2022 fashion show in Paris earlier this week. Julia has been putting a lot of effort into Ye, and she even proudly displayed a photo of him doing her makeup and dubbed him her favorite cosmetics artist. What are your thoughts on Ye’s team putting a stop to the collaboration?