KANYE West fans have relentlessly mocked his new Yeezys on Twitter for looking like crocs.
People roasted the rapper after images of the new Foam Runner footwear were shared online ahead of their official launch next year.
Crocs were an unlikely in the naughties when Brits became obsessed with the ugly shoe trend.
They can now be purchased online for a tenner and fans were stunned to see Kanye, 42, take inspiration from bizarre plastic footwear.
But Kanye’s trainers go for around £200 and one person typed on Twitter: “I wouldn’t pay over $10.00 for those Yeezy.
“He probably get sue for shoe infringement they look to close to CROC”
One more person wrote: “Kanye: I want it to look like a pair of Crocs but also look like they came from a really bad Sci-Fi movie”
Another person called them “space crocs” and one more shared a meme of a croc and a finger pressing an ‘upgrade’ button.
Others commented on the meme as one said: “I’d rock’m round the house but Kanye prolly gone sell these for like $300 lol”
Another person wrote: “I’m gonna pretend we don’t live in a world where this happened.”
But crocs look like they’re coming back as Ariana Grande recently wore them with socks in a selfie photo on Instagram.
Crocs can even now be bought with socks attached.
However, it’s unlikely Kanye is taking on board comments as he’s rarely on Twitter or Instagram.
Last year Kanye even wiped his Twitter and Instagram profiles for a second time after he revived the deleted accounts.
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The rapper deactivated the accounts after he shared bizarre tweets about slavery and said that the US law banning it should be abolished.
Kanye, who has changed his stage name to Ye, later backtracked on Twitter and said: “The 13th Amendment is slavery in disguise meaning it never ended.” He added: “not abolish but let’s amend the 13th Amendment.”
He has also been criticised on Twitter for his continued support of President Donald Trump.
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