Kanye West blamed for stealing designs of jacket for Yeezy!

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Los Angeles, April, 1 (CINEWS): Kanye West once guaranteed he was OG, yet it appears his outlines are definitely not. Picture taker Jim Goldberg is blaming the rapper for ripping off a denim coat that fit in with Tweeky Dave, a destitute, drug-dependent teenager who was the subject of a book Goldberg distributed in 1995 entitled Raised By Wolves.

The coat being referred to is being sold for $400 at Kanye’s pop-up shop in Manhattan and components written by hand messages that seem to have been penned in indelible marker everywhere throughout the front, back and sleeves.

Goldberg incorporated a notorious photograph of Dave’s coat in the book, and Kanye wore a reproduction of the piece of clothing at New York Design Week in February.

Both the first coat (seen above on the left) and the one Kanye wore prominently showed the words “F**k off and bite the dust” in strong print underneath the back neckline.

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The piece Kanye wore was composed by Australian craftsman Pauly Bonomelli, who credited Goldberg and the now-perished Dave for his configuration motivation.

In any case, when Kanye discharged comparable coats as a major aspect of his line, no credit was given.

Goldberg, who now claims Dave’s unique coat, communicated his dissatisfaction with Yeezy in a meeting with i-D magazine.

“For the coat to wind up sold as design – it truly put me over the edge,” he said.

“The soul and goal of Kanye could be correct, yet the way in which he is exhibiting it isn’t right,” he included. “The sum total of what significance has been lost. [He’s] overlooking history – not recognizing where that plan originated from isn’t right.”

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The picture taker effectively expressed the idea considerably advance when he shared a pic of the Yeezy imitations on a rack to Instagram.

“Tweeky Dave would be moving over in his grave #yeezy #pablo #tlop,” he wrote in the inscription.

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