YEEZY DOES IT: Caitlyn Jenner shows her support for Kanye West as 72-year-old turns heads on Malibu coffee run
The former reality TV star has yet to join the numerous A-listers who have openly criticized her ex son-in-law
MALIBU, CALIFORNIA: Caityln Jenner was recently spotted stopping by her favorite coffee shop in Malibu wearing Kanye West's Adidas YEEZY in an apparent display of support for the rapper. The former reality TV star, now a political commentator and ardent Republican, has yet to join the numerous A-listers who have openly criticized her ex-son-in-law, with whom she had a very close relationship while they were both members of the Kardashian family.
Jenner, 72, sported a casual workout look, wearing blue zip up hoodie over her white top and pairing it with black leggings while going on a coffee run at Starbucks in Malibu. Caitlyn is the father of Kendall and Kylie Jenner from her previous marriage to Kris Jenner.
Caityln completed her overall look with a pair of YEEZY shoes. She was carrying a black handbag in her right hand. This is the second time she was spotted wearing YEEZY shoes in recent times. Last time she was seen wearing the premium shoes on an outing to Starbucks carrying a coffee to go a few days after Kanye was dropped by Adidas, as per DailyMail.
The German-based company asserted that they are the rightful owner of the Yeezy design rights, so they will stop producing products with the Yeezy brand and will stop all payments to West and his companies. The Adidas partnership brought in an estimated $1.5 billion for West.
West, 45, has faced fierce criticism ever since he said on Twitter on October 9 that he would "go death con 3" on "JEWISH PEOPLE," an apparent allusion to Defcon, the American military's defense preparation system.
While Jenner hasn't yet commented on the rapper's scandal, last week she spoke out against President Joe Biden's choice to host transgender TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney at the White House.
She warned the country should not 'normalize' anything Mulvaney was advocating after her sit-down with President Biden.
Among those to criticize Mulvaney afterwards was Senator Marsha Blackburn, who shared a video on Twitter that showed the TikTok star -- who began transitioning from male to female earlier this year -- wearing leather shorts, and telling fans to start 'normalizing the bulge'.
"Dylan Mulvaney, Joe Biden, and radical left-wing lunatics want to make this absurdity normal," Blackburn said. Jenner, who is likely the most well-known transgender person in the world, echoed Blackburn's concern. "Thank you for speaking out and having a backbone - one of the best senators we have. Let’s not ‘normalize’ any of what this person is doing. This is absurdity!" she said.
Jenner, 72, came out in 2015 and had surgery to change her gender in 2017.