Kim Kardashian Has “Made Calls” To Shut Down Yeezy Mafia's Twitter Account

7 March 2018, 10:54

Kim Kardashian Yeezy Mafia

Kim accused the popular fan page of spreading rumours about his latest collection.

Kim Kardashian has blasted popular Twitter fan page Yeezy Mafia over their recent comments about Yeezy Season 7.

The reality TV star has vowed to shut down the account and claims to have "made calls" to put the wheels in motion, it appears.

Yeezy Mafia, in a since-deleted tweet, claimed that buyers were invited to an empty showroom where they were told that there wouldn’t be any apparel or accessories for Season 7 as Kanye West wasn't happy with the collection.

Following the backlash, the Mafia clarified that the showroom wasn't empty, as it featured footwear, and apologised for not using the "correct words".

In response, Kim took to Twitter to slam the fan page for spreading rumours about her husband's brand and to point out that Yeezy Mafia is in no way affiliated with the official Yeezy line.

She confirmed that the showroom was only ever intended for the purpose of displaying shoes, before adding that the Season 7 collection will be available online soon.

"How are you gonna believe an account that posts fake color ways," she added after fans requested that popular fan account TeamKanyeDaily be re-verified.

Kim put fans minds at rest, however, as she claims she has "made calls" to sort out the situation with both accounts.

The mother-of-three actively promotes her husband's clothing line across her social media accounts, frequently posting images of herself modelling the apparel.

Earlier this year, the brand enlisted the help of various models and influencers including Paris Hilton and Jordyn Woods to follow in Kim's footsteps, which was rumoured to be breaking Instagram's advertising policies.

Popular online fashion site Missguided were later accused of copying the new Yeezy collection in their latest line of apparel, named 'The New Essentials'.

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