Kanye just addressed Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala for the first time

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Photo credit: David Crotty - Getty Images
Photo credit: David Crotty - Getty Images

The Met Gala hit New York this week and, as expected, Kim Kardashian's red carpet outfit sparked a *lot* of conversation.

There were memes galore following Kim's decision to wear head-to-toe black (including a mask covering her whole face) to the annual themed event, as well as plenty of fan theories. Some even took the look as a sign that Kim and former husband Kanye West might not be completely over as a couple, and now Kanye himself has finally addressed Kim's appearance on the night.

Taking to Instagram, Kanye simply shared two full-length shots showcasing Kim's outfit on the night. To recap, Kim's look consisted of a head-to-toe black Balenciaga bodysuit covering even her face, plus black gloves, boots and a long train.

Ever the man of mystery, Kanye left his post without a caption. But still, a picture says 1,000 words, right?

Fans began speculating that Kanye might have had some influence over Kim's look earlier in the week, with some thinking the masked man walking beside Kim (dressed in the same style) might have been Kanye himself. However, the man in question turned out to be Balenciaga's creative director Demna Gvasalia, but fans still thought Kim's outfit had a particular Kanye-esque style to it.

Photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris - Getty Images
Photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris - Getty Images

Now, Kanye's photo appears to have added more fuel to rumours that he influenced the look. Plus, given the fact that the pair are currently going through divorce proceedings, Kanye's post dedicated just to Kim seems even more surprising.

However, despite sharing a full grid post of Kim, it looks like Kanye still hasn't followed his former wife back on Instagram, after previously unfollowing her on the platform earlier in the week.

What's going on, guys?

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