Khloe Kardashian Celebrates Kanye West, Kendall Jenner “Gang” Vogue Japan Cover With Gun Emojis — SEE PHOTOS
Khloe Kardashian used gun emojis to celebrate Kanye West and Kendall Jenner’s Vogue Japan cover, which features the two stars, Jessica Chastain, Joan Smalls, and Riccardo Tisci as part of a “fashion gang.” Mica Arganaraz, Jamie Bochert, and Akimoto Kozue. round out the group. See photo right and below.
The August 2015 issue of the Japanese edition of the fashion magazine was unveiled on Monday. The cover features Tisci, the artistic director for Givenchy, in a tuxedo, while West wears a blazer. Chastain appears to be in a dress, while it looks like Jenner is wearing a pantsuit. Everyone is dressed in black Givenchy outfits, and Jenner and Smalls also don facial accessories. Tisci wrote on Instagram, “PROUD TO PRESENT YOU MY FAMILY: MY FASHION GANG.”
Givenchy also shared the cover on its official Instagram, writing, “Discover the #Givenchy by @RiccardoTisci17’s Fashion Gang on the cover of @voguejapan August Issue. Photo by @luigiandiango Styled by @katy_England.” The post went on to highlight each of the celebrities involved, and gave shout-outs to the glam team who helped with the shoot. Kris Jenner re-posted Givenchy’s Instagram, while Kim Kardashian posted her own, writing, “Hottest Fashion Gang ever!!!!!! Kanye, @kendalljenner @riccardotisci17 @VogueJapan.”
Khloe similarly wrote, “Fashion Gang!!! Kendall X Kanye #VogueJapan,” but between “Fashion Gang!!!” and “Kendall,” she included three emojis showing handguns. The tweeted version also included gun emoticons. While the reality star seemed to be playing off the “gang” concept, the choice to include the weapon pictures was a bit jarring, as it comes just a few days after the Charleston church shooting.
And this isn’t the first time Khloe has raised eyebrows with gun photos. As Gossip Cop previously reported, Khloe was first slammed in June of last year after she posed for a snapshot with then-boyfriend French Montana, who was holding a high-powered firearm while she was chugging from a bottle of champagne. A second backlash followed the next month, when Kardashian posted a picture of herself and Montana with guns slung over their shoulders on the set of his “Don’t Panic” music video.
Check out Khloe’s new post below. What do you think of her continuing to make light of gun use?