Kanye West Really Doesn't Care If You Hate His Fashion Line's 'Ripped Homeless Sweaters'

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Another day, another Kanye West Twitter rant.

Another day, another Kanye West Twitter rant.

While on a flight coming back from Europe on Wednesday, The Life of Pablo rapper aimed his latest social media tirade at the fashion industry.

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"All these journalists can give their opinions. Well, these are mine..." Kanye tweeted, as if anyone doubted his ability to speak his mind. "Yes, I believe in my ripped homeless sweaters!!!"

What Kanye doesn't believe in is suit jackets, especially on women.

"I don't personally like suit jackets anymore," the 38-year-old wrote. "I especially hate suit jackets on women... that was a groundbreaking idea 5 million years ago! I feel we are so stuck in the past and tradition."

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If you're wondering, Kanye prefers "T-shirts and women in yoga pants."

"I live in L.A. That's what people wear," he wrote.

But Kanye wasn't all negative. He also took some time out to express his appreciation for his "real friends" in the mostly "fake" fashion industry, like fashion designer and Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing.

"I thank Olivier for designing his collection around my wife," he wrote. "This is visionary as I believe that Kim is our modern day everything."

Still, he's had enough of the fakeness.

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"The fashion world is soooooo fake and Carine is one of the very few real people in fashion," he wrote, presumably referring to the former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, Carine Roitfeld. "So many people turned on her when she was fired and acted like they forgot the innovation and beauty that she brought to the world."

"Fake fake fake fake fake fake fake fake fake fake fake ... just my analysis," he wrote.

If you're wondering how not to be fake, Kanye had some advice: "Be real."