Kourtney Kardashian has overshadowed her former brother-in-law Kanye West.
That comes after the rapper accused her family in a shocking social media rant.
In her Instagram Stories on Friday, Kourtney, 43, shared a video of herself in the car.
“What did you say, baby?” she asked her husband, Travis Barker, who seems to be on the other side of the camera.
However, Kourtney oddly chose to shoot the video while the car was slowing down next to the Gap store.
I could clearly see the front of the shop and the logo outside the window.
The coincidental timing comes after Kanye, 45, who collaborates with Gap on streetwear brand Yeezy, lashed out at the Kardashian family the night before.
He appeared to attack mom Kris Jenner in one of a series of cryptic rants.
“Hollywood is a giant brothel. Pornography destroyed my family.”
It’s unclear who the post was addressed to, but he shockingly admits:
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The caption was posted alongside an image of an unknown young woman.
“We’re not going to let that happen to Norcy and Chicago,” continued the Yeezy designer.
Kanye posted a barrage of memes and sound-offs on Sept. 1, some of which have since been removed.
In one of 10 posts posted within an hour, he shared a screenshot of a message believed to be from Kim.
“Mom please, tell him to stop saying my name. I’m almost 67 and I don’t feel good all the time. This is stressing me endlessly.” will give you.”
The furious father of four has threatened legal action against Kim for arguing with him over the school his children attend.
Kanye wants them to attend his own school, Donda Academy, instead of the private school they are currently in.
Another post then took aim at Kim’s ex Pete Davidson, writing, “Ask Pete what’s going on with my kids’ tattoos at the trauma unit.”
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The explosive night came after he had attacked Gap several times.
He accused retailers of “holding meetings about me without me” and “cancelling photo shoots” with children in Japan.
Yeezy Gap was created in 2020 to make Kanye’s signature street style more affordable to his fans around the world.
But Donda’s visionary faces new criticism after photos showed clothes being sold in what appeared to be garbage bags at a Gap store.