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Which Barclays Era Adidas Kit Did Kanye West Wore to Tyson Fury Fight?

Which Barclays Era Adidas Kit Did Kanye West Wore to Tyson Fury Fight?

Kanye West, Eminem, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Vince McMahon were at the Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou fight in Saudi Arabia.

All the celebs displayed their acute sense of fashion, but West was in rather a mysterious outfit. Yeezy wore a traditional Saudi Arabian dress, but there was an enigmatic shirt underneath.

The shirt had the old Barclays Premier League logo and yellow Adidas stripes. The mystery EPL kit hasn’t gone unnoticed by the fans.

There are many speculations and claims about the kit. Upon a closer look many fans have suggested that it might be the Spurs 2001 Goalkeeper kit as it resembles the EPL logo and the yellow stripes.

What is the connection between Kanye and Spurs? Well, in the 2001 Tottenham had an American goalkeeper. The keeper’s name was Kasey Keller and is one of the first Americans to have a successful career in Europe. To top it all of both of them have the same haircut.

If Kanye doesn’t have the slightest clue about Kasey, then his ex-wife might be the reason. Kim Kardashian has openly admitted that Bukayo Saka is her favourite footballer. The American celebrity also attended Arsenal’s Europa League fixture against Sporting Lisbon.

It is common knowledge that the ex-couple had a messy relationship after their marriage and then a divorce followed. We understand Kanye’s love for Tottenham if Kim indeed supports Arsenal.

Others claim that it might be the 2011 Liverpool Goalkeeper kit. The stripes and sponsor do match with the kit. Also, Kanye might be a big fan of Pepe Reina with whom he shares the same haircut.

People also claimed it to be a Chelsea kit from the 2012/13 season.

Another assumption is that it is not a shirt at all. It is most probably a training kit of a club from the early 90s to the 2000s. This fan explains it precisely.

So, which shirt do you think it was? I guess we’ll never know…

Also Read: Was Kanye West Wearing Retro Man United Gear a Dig at Adidas?