It seems Kanye West does not have a fan in Snoop Dogg — at least not when it comes to his upcoming set of kids’ shoes.
The Yeezy fashion brand creator’s famous wife Kim Kardashian gave her Instagram followers a glimpse of the new set of Yeezy sandals geared toward children on Thursday. Posting the footage to her Instagram Story, the reality TV star recorded her three youngest children: sons Psalm and Saint, who are 3 years old and 5 months old, respectively, and 21-month-old Chicago, trying on the new Yeezy slides.
“They’re so cute! So fresh, they’re, like, rubbery and so comfy,” Kardashian raves of the footwear.
But while the longtime “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star loves the shoes, West’s fellow rapper does not.
He let that be known in the comments of Instagram Thursday afternoon.
“She been getting dudes out of jail now he gone sell jail slippers . W. T. F. None of my bidness ,” Snoop commented.
The remark refers to Kardashian’s prison reform efforts in helping get inmates released from federal prison. The reality TV star’s ongoing efforts began with Alice Marie Johnson, a 64-year-old woman who was imprisoned for 21 years for her non-violent part in a drug ring.
Snoop’s joke resulted in lots of laughter from fellow Instagram users.
“Tf jail slippers tho ”
“I’m glad somebody finally said it hell!!”
“I’m done with snoop dog!! Lol”
“@snoopdogg big facts unk TF ”
“Ngl they look like them plastic slippers they sell back in the markets in Naija @gracy_precilla @hannah_ob1 ”
“This is that cult wardrobe… WHAT ARE THOSE?!!!! They better be free with purchase”
This is not the first time Snoop has taken issue with Ye or Kardashian by extension.
Last May, Snoop remarked on “The Breakfast Club” about West’s antics that included the “Touch the Sky” performer’s proclamation that slavery “sounds like a choice” and staunch backing of President Donald Trump.
“I hate to be Black and white, [but] there’s no Black women in his life,” Snoop said on the New York-based radio show. “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.”
The former Snoop Lion-identifying MC also opined that West’s spirit has changed ever since his mom, Donda West, died in 2007.