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The color doesn’t suit her.
The Yeezy Boosts—surely you’ve heard of them: shoes created by our self-proclaimed god, Kanye West, are must-haves for sneakerheads across the world, prompting people to camp out at stores and constantly refresh their tabs in hopes of being a proud owner of the popular kicks.
However, not everyone is on the Yeezy bandwagon. Someone bought a pair of “Oxford Tan” Yeezy Boost 350s for their grandma, and she didn’t care too much for them. “They’re very clumsy and stupid looking, and the color is crappy. No, I don’t like them at all,” she said at one point, no doubt incurring the wrath of devout Yeezy enthusiasts across the Internet.
Hey, at least she’s a fan of Kanye where it really counts—his music.
Elijah Watson is an internet culture and entertainment reporter. His work has been published by the Daily Beast, Vice, Complex, Bustle, Uproxx, and Okayplayer.