Naomi Campbell Says A Lot By Saying Very Little About Kendall Jenner

Feuding rappers Nicki Minaj and Cardi B also received a few words from the icon.
 Kendall Jenner and Naomi Campbell at a Fashion for Relief event in 2017. 
 Kendall Jenner and Naomi Campbell at a Fashion for Relief event in 2017. 

Naomi Campbell should really just start selling “Naomi Shaded Me” T-shirts à la the “Naomi Hit Me” variety because truly no one on earth does it better. 

Kendall JennerNicki Minaj and Cardi B might want to put in a few orders because now they’ve caught Campbell’s attention, and not in a good way.

The legendary supermodel first threw some shade Jenner’s way during an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” Wednesday night when she issued an instantly iconic response to the reality TV star-turned model’s recent controversial comments

Jenner ruffled some feathers and then some when she called her fellow models “those girls” and implied they don’t work as hard as she does in an interview for Love magazine, which she’s since decried was taken out of context. 

Campbell, who’s walked countless runways since she started out in the industry at 16, was having absolutely none of it. 

When host Andy Cohen asked her to weigh in on the controversy, Campbell looked directly at the camera and refused to dignify her comments with a response so shady the sun may never come out again. 

“Next question,” she fired back. 

Naomi Campbell on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen."
Naomi Campbell on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen."

But at least Jenner was in good company because feuding rappers Cardi B and Minaj also got an earful.

The two caused quite the scene at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons party at New York Fashion Week earlier this month thanks to an altercation that ended with the “I Like It” rapper throwing a shoe Minaj’s direction. 

“It was called the ICON party, but there were no icons there,” Campbell said.

She wasn’t at the event, of course, and revealed she spent the night “at home on the couch watching TV” with Kate Moss.  

“I was disappointed. I don’t wanna see women of color fight; I don’t wanna see women fight period,” Campbell said. “Not there, not that. It’s all music; there’s no division of music. Music is for everybody; there’s no discrimination. So I felt very disappointed.”

Now THAT’s an icon, ladies and gentlemen. 



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