Kim Kardashian received the inaugural Amazon Fashion Innovation Award for her shapewear company, SKIMS. The reality star realized she could use the opportunity to promote her brand. Drake and 21 Savage both mentioned her in their new music.
The billionaire recently shared a new Instagram photo of her award-winning SKIMS brand. The actress, 42, captioned her photo with a quote from Drake and 21 Savage’s new album Her Loss. In the song “More M’s,” 21 Savage raps, “Put her SKIMS on, now she actin’ like she Kim.”
In the slideshow of photographs, the celebrity included a screenshot of the song’s lyrics and wrote the sentence as her caption. In the first photo of her slideshow, Kim wore a silver bodysuit, specifically the $98 Skims Disco Long Sleeve Bodysuit.
Pink lipstick and dark smokey eye makeup complemented the beauty’s frosty blonde hair. In another photo, Kim wore a chocolate-colored suit that was identical to the silver suit but was the color umber.
The mother of four also wore a taupe and a black sleeveless bodysuit. She is dressed in the $88 Skims Disco Sleeveless Mock Neck Bodysuit in Onyx and Umber. In the photo, Kim flaunted her iconic hourglass figure and ample cleavage.
It needs to be clarified whether Drake’s mention of Kim Kardashian in a song can cause friction with Kanye. Drake has previously inflamed his feud with Kanye West by bringing Kim Kardashian into the mix.
“Scary Hours 2” is the follow-up to the EP of the same name released in 2018. Drake released it on March 5th.
Since the album’s release, one song, in particular, has sparked speculation among Drake fans about the Canadian rapper’s rumored affair with Ye’s reality star wife. The song in question, “Wants and Needs,” featuring Atlanta’s Lil Baby, contains a verse many Drake fans interpret as an admission that Drake and Kardashian slept together.
There are numerous complaints about the album. But it also has a lot of awards. According to GQ, Travis Scott is the only credited guest on the sledgehammer-subtle “Pussy & Millions,” with production handled by a group of longtime collaborators including Metro Boomin and Noah “40” Shebib, as well as southern rap stars Go Grizzly and Tay Keith.
Overall, the album is a welcome return to form after Drake’s unexpectedly joyful, house music-influenced summer album, “Honestly, Nevermind.” “Her Loss” features darker-tinged beats, languid tempos, and bars with the odd coo that distinguishes a Drake album.