KANYE WEST’S YEEZUS TOUR POP UP STORE, LA (IMAGE GALLERY)

“React how you want. Any energy you got is good energy. You know, the Confederate flag represented slavery. That’s my abstract take on what I know about it.

So I made the song “New Slaves.” So I took the Confederate flag and made it my flag. It’s my flag now, now whatchu gonna do?” – Kanye West

Here’s a photo gallery of Kanye’s Yeezus Tour Pop Up Store and Gallery that stood on Melrose, Los Angeles.

Jaye and I out front of the Yeezus Tour store and gallery. 8422 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
Jaye and I out front of the Yeezus Tour store and gallery. 8422 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
8422 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
8422 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles
A bold move. Kanye's Re-Appropriation of the Confederate's Flag. Also appears on bags and hats on Yeezus merchandise
A bold move. Kanye’s Re-Appropriation of the Confederate’s Flag. Also appears on bags and hats on Yeezus merchandise
Merch featuring Art by Wes Lang. Inspired by '80s-era heavy metal band tees.
Merch featuring Art by Wes Lang. Inspired by ’80s-era heavy metal band tees.
Bradley Soileau, known notably for his work with LA street wear brand "fear of god la". He is also in Lana Del Rey's video "Born to Die"
Bradley Soileau, known notably for his work with LA street wear brand “fear of god la”. He is also in Lana Del Rey’s video “Born to Die”
More work by Wes Lang
More work by Wes Lang

Images: Jaye Johnson and Faustina Agolley