Kanye West’s wild return to Twitter continued today with his response to recent accusations of design theft.

Earlier this week, Givenchy design director Tony Spackman, a former Nike designer, claimed that Kanye West had stolen a sketch that was publicly available on his Cargo Collective website. “When Kanye rips your 10 year old sketch and claims it,” Spackman wrote, before later clarifying that the sketch was actually 13 years old.

Ever-controversial Kanye is no stranger to digging in the far reaches of the internet for inspiration.  Is Ye just showing his creative process with inspiration images or claiming the work to be his own?  Photoshopping out the title of the sketch in the top left corner is pretty much a dead giveaway lol.  The original by designer @tonyspackman was done in 2005 for a @nike collection called "Living Apparel" which eventually became "Nike React", a running collection grounded in freedom of movement and human comfort.  Can we just call it Yee💤y now? 😴 • #yeezy #kanyewest #kanye #kimye #theft #inspiration #illustration #design #fashiondesign #sportswear #streetwear #athleisure #nike #streetstyle #running #nikerunning #hypebeast #highsnobiety #snobshots #wiwt #ootd #copycat #knockoff #wtf #dietprada

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West has seemingly taken swift action, passing the blame to a recent addition to the Yeezy design team that has since been let go. In a subsequent tweet, West went on to credit Spackman as the “true creator of this amazing work.”

Ironically, West has recently tweeted in favor of “taking ideas,” claiming that all great artists “take and update.” He even went as far as saying that it’s “important that ideas see the light of day even if you don’t get the credit for them.” Thankfully for Spackman, West had a change of heart and has given credit where it’s due.