Snoop Dogg mocks Kanye West's Yeezy slides for kids by calling them 'jail slippers', and social media agrees
Kim Kardashian West gave a glimpse of Yeezy's brand new set of sandals for children on her Instagram Thursday, October 17
Snoop Dogg is apparently no fan of fellow rapper Kanye West's creations, especially when it comes to his upcoming set of children's shoes.
Kim Kardashian West gave a glimpse of Yeezy's brand new set of sandals on her Instagram Thursday, October 17, the Atlanta Black Star reported.
The reality TV star posted the footage to her Instagram story, showing her three youngest children—sons Psalm and Saint, and daughter Chicago—trying on the new collection of slides. “They’re so cute! So fresh, they’re, like, rubbery and so comfy,” Kardashian said, describing the footwear.
However, Snoop Dogg did not approve of the shoes, as was evident in the comments section. “She been getting dudes out of jail now he gone sell jail slippers 😂😂. W. T. F. None of my bidness 🐸,” Snoop wrote.
It was a reference to Kardashian's humanitarian efforts to help get inmates released from federal prison, which began with 64-year-old Alice Marie Johnson who was in jail for 21 years for her non-violent role in a drug operation.
Nonetheless, Snoops' joke cracked up a lot of fellow Instagram users. “Tf jail slippers tho 😂😂😂😂” one wrote.
“Ngl they look like them plastic slippers they sell back in the markets in Naija @gracy_precilla @hannah_ob1 🤣🤣🤣” another quipped.
“This is that cult wardrobe… WHAT ARE THOSE?!!!! 🗣🗣🗣They better be free with purchase,” a third commented.
Having said that, this is not the first time Snoop took potshots at Kanye or his reality TV mogul wife.
During an appearance on 'The Breakfast Club' last May, Snoop commented on Kanye's eccentric antics including his proclamation that 400 years of slavery “sounds like a choice” and his staunch support for President Donald J. Trump.
“I hate to be black and white, [but] there’s no black women in his life,” Snoop said at the time. “Let’s just keep that 100. That’s real, man. I got aunties that’ll pull up with them big ol’ church hats on: ‘N*****, what’s happening? What you on, nephew? You bulls****ing. We taught you way better than that.’ It got to a point where it was, like, it was funny then it got sad.”
At the time, Snoop also opined that Kanye had changed since his mother Donda West passed away in 2007.