The ‘Yeezy’ boss just shared a new collage on Twitter that features one of his campaign slogans, “Kanye 2020 Vision” — and in the flyer, he included a bunch of faces including Dunst’s and ‘Vogue’ boss Anna Wintour.
As for Wintour, she has been a longtime friend of Kanye and the Kardashians, so it’s unclear if she is bothered by her inclusion. But, Dunst questioned the use of her image right away.
“What’s the message here, and why am I apart of it?” the 38-year old actress posted in response to Kanye’s new flyer.
According to reports, this imagery may be used in some of Kanye’s’ Presidential merchandise. Kirsten claims the rapper did not reach out to her to mention including her on the flyer, nor did he get permission or authorization to use her photo.
Last week, Kanye showed off his “2020 Vision” merchandise including a hat and t-shirt, which appeared to have a similar design to the Vision Street Wear skateboarding brand.
It’s unclear at this point if Dunst will take any further action besides publically calling him out for the usage.
As you know, Kanye West is in full Presidental campaign mode, attempting to get on the ballot in as many states as possible. He is currently on the ballot in three states but was thrown off one for having invalid signatures.
Many people have pointed out that a very important election and campaigns are currently underway in this country, and Kanye’s ‘Birthday Party’ seems to be making light of a very important issue.
Plus, the rapper has been accused of running for President just to siphon off votes from Joe Biden.
Also, according to his family, Kanye is in the middle of a bipolar episode and many are hoping he will stop with the campaign and get mental health treatment.
It’s unclear if Dunst or Wintour will take any legal action.