The fashion stylist and visionary to Kanye West‘ Yeezy Season collection, Ian Connor, has been low-key under fire lately for a variety of rape allegations being thrown at him from various women.
Despite the countless women that have come forth with claims of Connor raping them, there has yet to be any actual charges filed against the Yeezy affiliate, while many of his rap counterparts remain silent on the allegations.
Well, leave it up to the new age feminist, Amber Rose, to bring attention to the charges against Connor while also promoting her upcoming Slutwalk LA.
In a new interview with The Daily Beast, Amber is quoted as saying that as many as 21 women contacted her to tell her about their alleged rape experience with the Yeezy stylist.
That whole undercurrent of misogyny is rampant in hip-hop. One thing that’s very troubling that’s going on right now is the situation with Ian Connor. I believe it’s up to seven women who’ve accused him of sexual assault, and yet many of his famous hip-hop co-signers—Kanye, Drake, A$AP Rocky, etc.—have remained silent.
Because I have my SlutWalk, all of the women [who’ve accused Ian Connor] have reached out to me as well. They want to come to my SlutWalk and tell their story on my stage. I have that platform for them to do so. I’m not a lawyer. I can’t prosecute anyone or say, “What she’s saying is exactly the truth.” I wasn’t there. Honestly, seven came out and I’m pretty sure 21 women have reached out to me so far. So I’m assuming there are more [stories] coming out. It’s innocent until proven guilty, but when you have 21 women from all over the world that do not know each other but have similar stories, it gets to the point where it’s like… enough.
Ian took to Twitter where he attempted to blast Amber for calling him out, but in the end he only made himself look even more rapey.
Way to go Ian. The Bill Cosby of 2016…….