UFC: Kanye West Mocked By Derek Brunson For Uncanny Fashion sense While Spending Time With Wife Bianca Censori- Ali Abdel Aziz , Dominick Reyes and Other MMA Personas Join Force to Troll Kim Kardashian’s Ex
UFC: UFC News: Kanye West has been in the limelight for years, first for his music and later for his fashion sense.…
UFC: UFC News: Kanye West has been in the limelight for years, first for his music and later for his fashion sense. However, his recent outing with his new wife Bianca Censori has garnered attention for all the wrong reasons. The couple was spotted leaving a popular West Hollywood hotspot, Cecconi’s, and the pictures have been making the rounds on social media. Follow UFC News Updates with Insidesport.IN
Why Kanye walking around town with Muay Thai shin guards on 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/cNz71PaXEY— Derek Brunson (@DerekBrunson) May 14, 2023
UFC: Kanye West Mocked By MMA Community For Uncanny Fashion sense
The MMA community, in particular, has been having a field day trolling the rapper’s fashion sense. UFC welterweight Belal Muhammad shared a photoshopped image of himself with Kanye and Bianca, poking fun at the rapper’s outfit. Meanwhile, UFC middleweight Derek Brunson took to Twitter and wrote, “Why Kanye walking around town with Muay Thai shin guards on 😂😂😂.”
Muay Thai shin guards are a type of protective gear used in the sport of Muay Thai, which involves striking and clinching techniques. It’s unclear why Kanye was wearing them, but Brunson’s tweet suggests that the MMA community found it amusing.
Brunson wasn’t the only MMA fighter to mock Kanye’s fashion sense. Ali Abdel Aziz, a prominent MMA manager, also reacted with laughing emojis on Instagram
So, what can we make of all this? Is it fair for the MMA community to mock Kanye’s fashion sense? Or is it just harmless fun?
Ultimately, it’s up to each individual to decide. Some may find the jokes amusing, while others may find them distasteful. However, it’s worth noting that celebrities like Kanye West are often subject to intense scrutiny and criticism, whether it’s for their fashion choices or their personal lives.
In the end, it’s important to remember that behind the headlines and social media posts, there are real people with real feelings. While it’s fine to have opinions and express them, it’s crucial to do so with kindness and empathy. Follow InsideSport on GOOGLE NEWS / For UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN