John Lennon’s son Sean lashes out against ‘snobs’ hating on mom Yoko Ono for meeting Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
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John Lennon's son Sean defended Yoko Ono in a lengthy Facebook rant after haters took over his page on Tuesday, slamming his mother Ono for meeting and taking a photo with reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
Ono and Kardashian posed for a photo backstage at Kanye West's Saint Pablo Tour at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday — and what seemed to be a nice photo of the two ladies quickly ignited hate from social media users who felt Ono should not associate herself with "attention seeker" Kim and "shameless" Kanye.
"Wow I didn't realize how many snobs were on my page," Lennon said in the vulgar rant, directly replying to commenters.
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"Kimye invited us to a concert. We attended. We met backstage. I took a photo. They were very nice to my mother making sure she had escorts in and out of MSG. I like people who are nice to my mother."
The son of the late "Imagine" singer continued his rant in defense of the kind actions carried out by Kim and husband Kanye.
"You guys think you're so f---ing great?" Lennon wrote.
"I bet none of you would say no to a photo with a nice lady who invited you to her husband's concert. You think Kanye is an a--hole? Well he is a big fan of mom's knows a lot about her performance art. He was certainly more respectful to her than many of you are to me and my family," the 40-year-old continued.
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This isn't the first time the late Beatles’ son complimented Kanye. In June 2015, Lennon told the publication Humanity that he was a fan of West.
"Kanye often seems silly," he said. "But I think he is a real artist and I do like his music."