Kanye West went on a Twitter tirade in response to The Post’s item on Fashion Week creator Fern Mallis being unimpressed with the wannabe designer.
Kanye screeched in a “To Fern Mallis” rant that “attempting to do clothing has been very difficult” because he’s “too famous.”
“I have millions of ideas and I represent a new generation just trying to express themselves in a broken world.”
He closed with: “If you wanna have a drink with me, book a table at the spotted pig when I’m back in NY.”
“I mean, I’m not a fan of his music, and the attitude and the agenda is not my style,” Mallis elaborated at the time.
Kanye attended FASHION WEEK two bodyguards who blocked the hoi polloi from his greatness.
Kanye deleted his early morning tweets, only to repost them later on — with a few grammar tweaks.
“I just really was responding to being over the frenzy that accompanies everything,” she says. “I did not see the collection. I wasn’t invited to the show and if he wants to design and do something, that’s great. The industry will respond accordingly. But there’s an attitude . . . it’s the aura that baffles me,” Mallis explains. “I wasn’t commenting on his collection at all.”