Caitlyn Jenner steps out wearing Kanye West's Yeezy sneakers

EXCLUSIVE: Standing with Ye? Caitlyn Jenner steps out in a pair of Yeezy sneakers in apparent display of support of her former son-in-law after the rapper lost his partnership with Adidas and other brands

  • Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Caitlyn Jenner wearing a pair of Yeezy sneakers while going on a coffee run to Starbucks in Malibu 
  • Jenner, 72, is yet to join the many A-listers who have publicly condemned Kanye West, her former son-in-law
  • Her outing comes just a few days after Kanye lost his Yeezy partnership with Adidas and other brands over his anti-Semitic remarks  
  • Jenner, a staunch Republican, hasn’t commented on the scandal, but she did speak out against Biden’s meeting with trans TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney

Caitlyn Jenner was seen stepping out in a pair of Kanye West’s Yeezy sneakers in an apparent display of support of the rapper – despite him being dropped by Adidas and causing widespread outrage over his anti-Semitic remarks.

The former reality TV star, now a political commentator and staunch Republican, is yet to join the many A-listers who have publicly condemned her former son-in-law, with whom she enjoyed an extremely close relationship during their time together in the Kardashian family. 

Caitlyn, 72, who is father to Kendall and Kylie Jenner through her previous marriage to Kris Jenner, was seen leaving Starbucks in Malibu after picking up a coffee to go on Wednesday morning.

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Caitlyn Jenner wearing a pair of Yeezy sneakers while going on a coffee run at Starbucks in Malibu


Jenner, 72, is yet to join the many A-listers who have publicly condemned Kanye West, her former son-in-law

Caitlyn was seen wearing the trendy sneakers just a few days after after Kanye lost his Yeezy partnership with Adidas over his anti-Semitic remarks 

The two had enjoyed an extremely close relationship during their time together in the Kardashian family

She was casually dressed in a gray workout top, cropped jeans shorts, designer sunglasses and she carried a black handbag. 

She wore a pair beige Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 sneakers, which have a retail price of $230. 

Jenner’s outing comes just a few days after Kanye was dropped by Adidas, but on Tuesday an analyst said that the German-based sportswear company intends to sell existing Yeezy product designs using its own branding.

The company said it would cease production of Yeezy-branded products and halt all payments to West and his businesses, but added that it is the owner of the Yeezy design rights.

The deal with Adidas brought West an estimated $1.5billion. 

West, 45, has drawn furious backlash since sharing an Instagram post saying he would go ‘death con 3’ on ‘JEWISH PEOPLE,’ an apparent reference to Defcon, the U.S. military defense readiness system, on October 9. 

While Jenner is yet to comment on the scandal involving the rapper, she did speak out against President Biden’s decision to invite trans TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney to the White House last week.


Jenner was casually dressed in a gray workout top, cropped jeans shorts, designer sunglasses and she carried a black handbag

Jenner has not commented publicly on the scandal, and it is unclear if she was wearing the sneakers in a display of support 

West, 45, has drawn furious backlash over his recent controversial statements and public stunts, particularly, an Instagram post saying he would go ‘death con 3’ on ‘JEWISH PEOPLE’, earlier this month

Ye’s deal with Adidas was a lucrative partnership, bringing the rapper an estimated $1.5billion

She warned the country should not ‘normalize’ anything she is advocating after her sit-down with President Biden. 

Among those to criticize Mulvaney afterwards was Sen. Marsha Blackburn, who shared a video Twitter that showed the TikTok star – who began transitioning from male to female earlier this year – wearing leather shorts, and telling fans to start ‘normalizing the bulge’.

‘Dylan Mulvaney, Joe Biden, and radical left-wing lunatics want to make this absurdity normal,’ Blackburn said. 

Jenner – arguably the most famous transgender woman in the world – echoed Blackburn’s worry. 

‘Thank you for speaking out and having a backbone – one of the best senators we have. Let’s not ‘normalize’ any of what this person is doing. This is absurdity!’ she said. 

Jenner, 72, came out in 2015 and underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2017. 

Jenner – arguably the most famous transgender woman in the world – echoed Blackburn’s worry about Dylan Mulvaney and her influence on millions of young people 

Mulvaney was among young progressives who were invited to speak with Biden last week

Mulvaney, far right, is shown during a panel with President Joe Biden at the White House 

In the video that Sen. Blackburn shared, Mulvaney sings that transgender women should be able to freely wear tight, revealing shorts even if they highlight the male genitalia they were born with and have not rid themselves of. 

‘We are normalizing the bulge! Women can have bulges and that’s okay! 

‘We’re not gonna stare at their crotches while they’re wearing their little shopping shorts at the mall!’ she sang. 

Mulvaney has more than 8million followers on TikTok. 

She shot to notoriety last week after appearing on a podcast to promote Ulta Beauty where she said she can ‘absolutely’ become a mom and have a family. 

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