Kanye West is throwing yet another celebrity under the bus.
In one of his infamous Instagram rants, the rapper, 45, accused A$AP Rocky of sleeping with fashion designer Yoon Ahn — but the Ambush creative director set the record straight on her Story this morning.
“Ambush weak. Rocky f—ked Yoon. Next,” West wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post Thursday, prompting Ahn, 45, to reply, “LOL. Not true but okayy,” before clapping back on her own account.
“Not only using false sex accusation, spreading that lie in the name of God to insult a woman is lowest of the lowest,” Ahn — who is also a jewelry designer for Dior Men — wrote, adding a Bible verse at the bottom of her post stating, “Be aware of false prophets -Matthew 7:15.”
West has sported Ambush’s designs in the past, as have fellow celebrities like Jay-Z, Rihanna and Beyoncé.
And while Rocky stayed silent on the matter, this morning, the “Donda” rapper posted a retraction — albeit one that bashed Ahn’s fashion brand — while also going on a separate tirade (again) about his daughter Chicago’s birthday party.
“New confirmation,” he wrote. “Rocky didn’t f—k Yoon. Ambush still trash. I known Yoon and verbal before Tremendez was ever around. Rule with Ye stay out of it unless you want to get into it. Cause all y’all was out of it when Chi was kidnapped on her birthday.”
The Yeezy designer was referring to Chicago’s 4th birthday party in January; he’s alleged that ex-wife Kim Kardashian, 41, initially refused to tell him the address of the bash. West later attended the party, but not before releasing a viral video blasting the Kardashians and accusing them of “kidnapping” his daughter.
Followers weren’t impressed by today’s post, with one writing, in part, “A family birthday party is NOT a kidnapping. This poor child will read these posts one day. Go to Florida & help people. Good Lord!! No one kidnapped & no one gets involved.”
“Boy, Move on,” another commented. “Your child is Better away from you at this point, Get away from social media, get help, focus on you and your career and Stop this bulls—t.”
The social media posts follow Ye’s controversial Tucker Carlson interview Thursday night, during which he criticized everything from Skims’ “overly sexualized” ad campaigns to Lizzo’s weight.
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The “Gold Digger” rapper also defended his decision to feature “White Lives Matter” shirts in Yeezy’s Season 9 show earlier this week.
“I thought the shirt was a funny shirt,” he said. “I thought the idea of wearing it was funny.”
West’s dad apparently did as well, with the fashion mogul saying he described the design as “just a black man stating the obvious.”