It’s not easy being a heterosexual man in the one-percent world of glitz and glam.
Kanye West is determined to “make history” by breaking into the fashion industry as a straight male.
But according to West, who says he’s been discriminated against for his traditional sexual orientation, that won’t be easy.
“Everyone is sitting laughing at me,” West said in an interview with SHOWstudio. “I feel like I got discriminated in fashion for not being gay.”
“Me, sitting here trying my absolute hardest and everyone is laughing at me. They were definitely f***ing not letting me in the shows and laughing at me.”
West said things were different in the music world.
“In music, you definitely get discriminated in music if you are gay. It takes amazing talents to break down barriers.”
And West is determined to break down those barriers and stereotypes in his pursuit to be become a fashion mogul.
Whether it be fashion icon, or U.S. President, no American dream is too lofty for Kanye.
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