AceShowbiz - LisaRaye McCoy is not impressed by Kylie Jenner's headline-making dress that featured a faux fur lion's head. In an Instagram post, "The Players Club" actress accused the reality TV star of copying her look that she previously showcased at an event.
The post featured a video of LisaRaye rocking a white one-shoulder dress that had a faux head of an animal at an event. "Yes @adrejhono YOU all plus bestie @kevinarnett did this look on meeeeeeee and it slayed!!! It's nice to see others @kyliejenner copy and try to duplicate it in there way but we did it 1st baby. Thank yall again," she wrote in the caption.
"Since we're trending maybe we all need to get together and come up with something for someone to be inspired by......again!" she continued.
Fans, however, didn't think that LisaRay lashed out at the right person. "This is very weird flex as if she wasn't dressed by a stylist and a designer, tagging her was weird as well. You too old like you have been flattered and left it there. The dresses not even the same," one person commented.
One other defended "The Kardashians" star, writing, "She didn't make that damn dress the designer did say the DESIGNER." Someone else similarly said, "She didn't copy it, she just wore i… from another designer."
"Smh this was soo uncalled for. Kylie just wore it, so why tf are you tagging her?? I guess you missed that there was another girl wearing it at the show smh," one other comment read. One person, meanwhile, called LisaRaye "embarrassing," before mocking the "Skinned" actress' dress by calling it "the shein version of what she is wearing."
On the other hand, Kylie landed in hot water after donning the dress at the Schiaparelli Haute Couture show on Monday, January 23 during Paris Fashion Week. The Kylie Cosmetics founder was accused of promoting hunting, though PETA defended Kylie's look.
Praising the Schiaparelli collection's "three-dimensional animal heads," Ingrid Newkirk, president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said, "Kylie, [Naomi Campbell] and [Irina Shayk]'s looks celebrate the beauty of wild animals and may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lions and wolves are torn apart to satisfy human egotism. We encourage everyone to stick with 100 per cent cruelty-free designs that showcase human ingenuity and prevent animal suffering."
Ingrid also urged Kylie and other celebrities to cull other fabrics from their wardrobes. She added they should "extend this creativity" to "exclude sheep shorn bloody for wool and silkworms boiled alive in their cocoons."